SPYPOINT BF-10HD BF-12HD Manual

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SPYP INT SURVEILLANCE CAMERA | EXPEDITION SERIES Adventure expedition series · série series · série USER MANUAL Models : BF-10HD BF-12HD v1.1

SPYP INT THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING A SPYPOINT® PRODUCT. ABOUT US This manual will guide you through all the features of your device GG Telecom’s mission is to offer products that are easy so that you will get optimal use out of your SPYPOINT® product. to use, innovative, affordable and of exceptional quality. Our SPYPOINT® products are mainly used for hunting and Our priority is to provide outstanding customer service. If you need residential/commercial surveillance. They are distributed and support for your product, please contact the SPYPOINT® technical shipped all over the world and the market never stops growing. service or visit our website. Prosperous and respected, GG Telecom is a company that constantly keeps abreast of new technologies and listens to its customers to deliver cutting-edge products with practical solutions that improve CONTACT hunting and outdoor activities.  1-888-779-7646 JOIN THE SPYPOINT® COMMUNITY  [email protected] facebook.com/spypoint youtube.com/spypointtrailcam   www.spypoint.com facebook.com/spypoint youtube.com/spypointtrailcam twitter.com/SpypointCam facebook.com/spypoint youtube.com/spypointtrailcam twitter.com/SpypointCamera vimeo.com/spypointxcelcam CAMERAS WITH CELLULAR TRANSMISSION  • If you need information or would like to subscribe to mySPYPOINTTM service, go to www.myspypoint.com. • For the latest version of the activation procedure, go to www.spypoint.com/activation.

Table of contents Package contents.......................................................................... 4 Components.................................................................................. 5 Power............................................................................................ 7 Memory card................................................................................. 9 "BUSY" DEL................................................................................... 9 Settings........................................................................................10 Distance.......................................................................................13 REMOSTM Technology (BF-12HD).....................................................14 Sound recording...........................................................................15 File transfer to a computer...........................................................16 Troubleshooting...........................................................................17 Error messages............................................................................18 Available accessories....................................................................19 Specifications BF-10HD..........................................................................................21 BF-12HD..........................................................................................22 Regulation (BF-12HD)......................................................................23 Limited warranty..........................................................................24 Repair service...............................................................................24 3

Package contents Switch position (depending on the power source) SPYP INT 1 Get started 1 2 Photo lens Invisible Image sensor and infrared filter. Night lighting to obtain black and white 14 Battery switch Allows the user to select the power source according to the type of batteries used. Power source Switch position Useful! Detach a section and insert it into the black LEDs photos and videos. 15 Battery case Insert 6 alkaline or lithium AA batteries or • 6 AA Surveillance camera  sleeve provided for this purpose within the 3 Test light Flashes in TEST mode when there is detec- a rechargeable lithium battery pack (LIT-09/ LIT-C-8, sold separately). • 12V ALK housing for the camera. • 12V + 6 AA Expedition series tion and flashes 60 seconds in PHOTO/VIDEO mode to allow the user to leave without being 16 TV OUT To view photos/videos directly on TV. CoMpoNENts • LIT-09* Adventure series Expedition series Pro series Smart series Tiny series Live series photographed or recorded. • 12V + LIT-09* 17 USB port To transfer or view photos/videos to a LIT-09 Série aventure Série Expédition Série pro Série Smart Série Tiny Série Live computer. • Solar panel + LIT-09* 4 Fresnel lens Located ahead of the motion sensor, it makes Abenteuer-Serie Expedition Serie Pro-Serie Smart serie Tiny-Serie Live-Serie it more sensitive and allows to expand the serie de aventura Series expedición Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny 1 Series Live detection area. 18 SD card slot An SD card is required to record videos/ * Rechargeable lithium battery pack, sold separately (LIT-09) or with serie di avventura Serie spedizione Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny Serie Live photos. The camera is compatible with SD/ a charger (LIT-C-8). 5 12V power This camera can be powered from an SDHC memory card, up to 32 GB capacity Models: jack external 12-volt DC input such as a 12V (not included). 2 BF-10HD/S-BF-10HD battery or a 12V adapter, sold separately. MEMorY CarD iNstallatioN 19 DISTANCE Allows the user to adjust the distance of BF-12HD/S-BF-12HD 3 6 Tripod mount Fixation for a standard ¼-20” tripod mount. dial detection and the sensitivity of the detector. 6 Insert an SD/SDHC memory card (up to 32 GB 5 7 8 See DISTANCE section for more details. 7 Microphone To record sound, lift the rubber cap and turn capacity) in the card slot. The card is inserted it slightly to completely clear the microphone correctly when a click is heard. 4 receiver. battErY iNstallatioN Before inserting or removing a memory 8 Solar panel Allows the user to connect a solar panel card, always turn off the camera to jack (SP-12V) to maintain the charge of the prevent loss or damage of the pictures already lithium battery pack (LIT-09/LIT-C-8), sold recorded. Quick start guide 16 separately. v1.0 12 9 BUSY LED Lights up when the camera is recording. 17 10 ON/OFF Allows the user to turn on/off the camera. 1 Get started 11 Built-in When viewing videos, allows to hear the 6 alkaline AA batteries Lithium battery pack LIT-09/LIT-C-8 speaker sound. 9 (if applicable) 2 18 We recommend the use of new batteries to ensure a maximum Settings 10 13 12 Viewing To access the main menu and to view photos/ performance of the camera. Rechargeable AA batteries are not screen videos. Screen with zoom and pan functions. recommended. 11 14 3 Error messages 15 19 13 Navigation Buttons to set the camera. buttons Complete instructions 4 www.spypoint.com SPYPOINT® Quick start Position du commutateur (selon la source d’alimentation) SPYP INT 1 Pour commencer 1 2 Lentille photo DEL noires Capteur d’image et filtre infrarouge. Éclairage de nuit pour obtenir des photos et 14 Commutateur Situé à l’intérieur du compartiment à piles, permet de sélectionner la source Source d'alimentation Position du commutateur d’alimentation selon le type de piles utilisées. pratique! Détacher une section et l’insérer dans la invisibles vidéos en noir et blanc. • 6 AA Caméra de surveillance  15 Compartiment Insérer 6 piles AA alcalines ou lithium ou un Camera guide pochette prévue à cet effet à l’intérieur du boîtier • 12V ALK 3 Lumière de Clignote en mode TEST lors d’une détection à piles bloc pile lithium rechargeable (LIT-09/LIT-C-8, Série Expedition de la caméra. test et clignote 60 secondes en mode PHOTO/ vendus séparément). • 12V + 6 AA VIDÉO pour permettre à l’utilisateur de • LIT-09* Adventure series Expedition series Pro series Smart series Tiny series CoMposaNts Live series quitter les lieux sans être photographié ou 16 Sortie TV OUT Pour visionner les photos/vidéos directement Série aventure Série Expédition Série pro Série Smart Série Tiny Série Live • 12V + LIT-09* LIT-09 filmé. sur un téléviseur. Abenteuer-Serie Expedition Serie Pro-Serie Smart serie Tiny-Serie Live-Serie • Panneau solaire + LIT-09* serie de aventura Series expedición Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny Series Live 4 Lentille Située devant le détecteur de mouvement, 17 Port USB Pour transférer ou visionner les photos/vidéos 1 fresnel elle rend celui-ci plus sensible et permet à un ordinateur. * Bloc pile lithium rechargeable, vendu séparément (LIT-09) ou avec serie di avventura Serie spedizione Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny Serie Live d’élargir la zone de détection. un chargeur (LIT-C-8). 18 Fente pour Carte SD nécessaire pour enregistrer des Modèles: 5 Prise 12V La caméra peut être alimentée au moyen carte SD vidéos/photos. La caméra accepte les cartes 2 BF-10 /S-BF-10 HD HD d’une source externe de 12V telle qu’une mémoires de type SD/SDHC jusqu’à une iNstallatioN DE la CartE MéMoirE BF-12HD/S-BF-12HD batterie 12V ou un adaptateur 12V, vendus capacité de 32Go (non-incluse). 3 6 séparément. Insérer une carte mémoire de type SD/SDHC 5 7 8 19 Roulette Permet d’ajuster la distance de détection (jusqu’à une capacité de 32Go) dans la fente 6 Support pour Fixation pour trépied standard de ¼-20”. DISTANCE et la sensibilité du détecteur. Voir section pour carte SD. La carte est correctement trépied DISTANCE pour plus de détails. 4 insérée lorsqu’un clic se fait entendre. 7 Microphone Pour enregistrer le son, soulever le capuchon et le tourner légèrement pour que le trou du Avant d’insérer ou de retirer une iNstallatioN DEs pilEs Guide de microphone soit complètement dégagé. carte mémoire, toujours mettre la caméra à OFF pour éviter que les images 8 Prise pour Permet de brancher un panneau solaire présentes sur la carte soient supprimées ou démarrage rapide v1.0 12 16 panneau solaire (SP-12V) qui maintient la charge du bloc pile lithium (LIT-09/LIT-C-8), vendus séparément. endommagées. 17 9 Lumière BUSY Allume lorsque la caméra enregistre un fichier. 1 Pour commencer 10 ON/OFF Permet d’allumer ou d’éteindre la caméra. 6 piles AA alcalines Bloc pile lithium 9 11 Haut-parleur Lors de visionnement de vidéos, permet LIT-09/LIT-C-8 2 18 (si applicable) d’entendre le son. Menu principal 10 13 Nous recommandons l’utilisation de piles neuves afin d’assurer 12 Écran de Permet d’accéder au menu principal et de 11 14 un rendement maximal de la caméra. Les piles AA rechargeables visionnement visionner les photos/vidéos. Écran avec fonc- 3 sont déconseillées. Messages d’erreur 15 19 tions de zoom et déplacement dans l’image. 13 Boutons de Boutons pour programmer la caméra. Instructions complètes navigation 4 www.spypoint.com Schalterstellung abhängig (von der Energiequelle) SPYP INT 1 Starten 1 2 Fotolinse Unsichtbare Bildsensor und Infrarot-Filter. Nachtbeleuchtung für Schwarz/weiß Fotos 13 Bedienschalt- fläche Tasten zum bedienen der Kamera. Energiequelle Schalterstellung praxistip! trennen sie einen gewünschten schwarze LEDs und Videos. 14 Batterieschal- Wählen Sie die Energiequelle, bezüglich der • 6 AA Überwachungskamera  abschnitt dieser anleitung ab und platzieren sie 3 Test-LED Blinkt im TEST Modus, wenn die Kamera eine ter verwendeten Art von Batterien. • 12V ALK diesen im Kameragehäuse. • 12V + 6 AA Expedition-Series Bewegung erfasst hat. Im PHOTO/VIDEO Modus blinkt die LED 60 Sekunden, um dem 15 Batteriefach Verwenden Sie 6 Alkaline oder Lithium AA- Batterien (LR6) oder einen wiederauflad- KoMpoNENtEN • LIT-09* Adventure series Expedition series Pro series Smart series Tiny series Live series Anwender zu ermöglichen sich zu entfernen, baren Lithium-Akku-Pack (LIT-09/LIT-C-8, • 12V + LIT-09* LIT-09 Série aventure Série Expédition Série pro Série Smart Série Tiny Série Live ohne fotografiert zu werden. separate erhältlich). • Solarpanel + LIT-09* Abenteuer-Serie Expedition Serie Pro-Serie Smart serie Tiny-Serie Live-Serie 4 Fresnel-Linse Erweitert den Erfassungsbereich des Bewe- 16 TV-Ausgang Um Fotos/Videos direkt auf einem Fernseher serie de aventura Series expedición Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny 1 Series Live gungsmelders und erhöht die Empfindlichkeit zu sehen. * Wiederaufladbarer Lithium-Akku-Pack (LIT-09) oder mit Ladegerät serie di avventura Serie spedizione Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny Serie Live der Kamera. (LIT-C-8), separat erhältlich. 17 USB- Um Fotos/Videos auf Ihren Computer zu Modelle: 5 12V-Anschluss Diese Kamera kann über den externen Anschluss übertragen. 2 BF-10 /S-BF-10 HD HD 12-Vold-DC-Eingang betrieben werden, spEiCHErKartEN iNstallatioN z.B. mit einer 12V Batterie oder einem 12V 18 SD-Kartens- Für Foto/Video-Aufnahmen wird eine SD- BF-12HD/S-BF-12HD 3 teckplatz Karte benötigt. Die Kamera ist kompatibel 6 Adapter (separat erhältlich). Legen Sie eine SD/ SDHC (bis zu 32GB) in den 5 7 8 mit SD/SDHC Speicherkarten, bis zu 32GB Kartenschlitz. Wenn ein klicken zu hören ist, 6 Stativgewinde Befestigung für einen Standart (nicht enthalten). wurde die Karte korrekt eingelegt. ¼-20”-Gewindeeinsatz. 4 19 DISTANCE Regelt die Weite der Erfassung und die 7 Mikrofon Für Tonaufnahmen, heben Sie die Gummia- RAD Empfindlichkeit des Bewegungsmelders. Vor dem Einsetzen oder Entfernen einer beckung an und drehen diese zur Seite, Im DISTANZ-Abschnitt finden Sie weitere Speicherkarte, schalten Sie die Kamera damit das Mikrofon frei liegt. Informationen. immer vorher aus, um einen Verlust oder eine schnellstartanleitung Beschädigung von den bereits vorhandenen 8 Solarpanel- Ermöglicht ein Solarpanel (SP-12V) anzus- Aufnahmen zu verhindern. Eingang chließen, um die Ladung des Lithium-Akku- EiNsEtZEN DEr battEriEN USB v1.0 16 Pack (LIT-09/LIT-C-8) aufrechtzuerhalten Audio-video 12 (separate erhältlich). 1 17 Starten 9 BUSY LED Leuchtet auf, wenn die Kamera aufnimmt. 10 ON/OFF Ermöglicht das Ein/Ausschalten der Kamera. cable 2 9 Einstellungen 3 cable 18 10 13 11 Eingebauter Tonwiedergabe, beim Betrachten von Video- Lautsprecher Aufnahmen. 6 Alkaline AA-Batterien Lithium-Akku-Pack 14 (falls zutref- 11 LIT-09/LIT-C-8 Fehlermeldungen fend) 19 15 12 Betrachtungs- Ermöglicht den Zugriff auf Fotos/Videos über Wir empfehlen, neue Batterien zu verwenden, um die maximale Bildschirm das Hauptmenü. Bildschirm mit Zoom- und 4 Vollständige Instruktionen Leistung aus Ihrer Kamera herauszuholen. Weiterhin wird die Schwenk-Optionen. Verwendung von wiederaufladbaren AA-Batterien nicht empfohlen. www.spypoint.com www.spypoint.info Posizione interruttore (dipendente dalla fonte d’energia) SPYP INT 1 Avvio 1 Lente fotografica Sensore d’immagine e filtro infrarossi. 13 Navigation buttons Tasti per impostare la telecamera. Fonte d’energia Posizione interrutore Consiglio pratico! staccate la parte desiderata di 2 LED neri Illuminazione notturna per immagini e video 14 Interruttore Selezionate la fonte d’energia riferita al tipo • 6 AA Telecamera per sorveglianza  queste istruzioni ed applicatela all’interno della invisibili in bianco/nero. batteria di batteria. • 12V ALK carcassa della telecamera. • 12V + 6 AA Expedition series 3 LED test Lampeggia nella modalità TEST, se la telecamera rileva un movimento. Nella 15 Vano batterie Utilizzate 6 batterie alcaline oppure al litio AA (LR6) oppure un pacco batteria ricaricabile CoMpoNENti • LIT-09* Adventure series Expedition series Pro series Smart series Tiny series Live series modalità Photo/Video il LED lampeggia 60 al litio (LIT-09/LIT-C-8, ottenibile separata- • 12V + LIT-09* LIT-09 Série aventure Série Expédition Série pro Série Smart Série Tiny Série Live secondi, per permettere all’utilizzatore di mente). • Pannello solare + LIT-09* Abenteuer-Serie Expedition Serie Pro-Serie Smart serie Tiny-Serie Live-Serie allontanarsi senza essere ripreso. serie de aventura Series expedición Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny Series Live 16 Uscita TV Per visualizzare foto/video direttamente nel 1 4 Lente Fresnel Ampia l’area di sorveglianza del sensore di televisore. * Pacco batteria ricaricabile al litio (LIT-09) o con caricabatteria serie di avventura Serie spedizione Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny Serie Live movimento ed aumenta la sensibilità della (LIT-C-8), ottenibili separatamente. Modelli: telecamera. 17 Presa USB Per inviare foto/video sul suo computer. BF-10HD/S-BF-10HD 2 18 Lettore SD Per registrazioni foto/video si necessita di 5 Attacco 12V Questa telecamera può essere alimentata iNstallaZioNE sCHEDE MEMoria BF-12HD/S-BF-12HD dall’entrata esterna 12-V-DC, ad esempio scheda SD. La telecamera è compatibile con 3 6 con batteria 12V o adattatore 12V (ottenibile SD/SDHC fino a 32 GB (non compresa). Inserisca una scheda memoria SD/ SDHC (fino 5 7 8 separatamente) 19 RUOTA Regola l’area di rilevazione e la sensibilità a 32GB) nell’apposita fessura. Se è udibile un 6 Filettatura per Possibilità di fissaggio con filettatura DISTANCE del rilevatore di movimento. Nella parte click la scheda è stata inserita correttamente. 4 treppiede standard ¼-20”. DISTANZA trovate ulteriori informazioni. Prima di inserire o di togliere una scheda 7 Microfono Per riprese audio, alzate la protezione in memoria, spegnete sempre la telecamera, Manuale d’istruzione gomma e ruotatela sul lato per liberare il microfono. iNsEriMENto DEllE battEriE per evitare il danneggiamento o la perdita di dati registrati. per avvio veloce v1.0 12 16 8 Entrata pannello Permette di attaccare un pannello solare (SP-12V), per mantenere la carica del pacco solare batteria al lithio (LIT-09/LIT-C-8) (ottenibile 1 17 separatamente). Avvio 9 BUSY LED Si accende, quando la telecamera riprende. 9 6 pile alcaline AA Pacco pile Lithio 2 Impostazioni 10 13 18 10 ON/OFF Interruttore per della telecamera accensione/spegnimento LIT-09/LIT-C-8 11 14 11 Built-in When viewing videos, allows to hear the Consigliamo di utilizzare batterie nuove, per avere il Massimo 3 Messaggi d’errore 15 19 speaker (se cor- sound. della telecamera. Inoltre si sconsiglia l’uso di batterie ricaricabili. risponde) Istruzioni complete 4 www.spypoint.com 12 Viewing screen Allows to access the main menu and to view photos/videos. Screen with zoom and pan www.spypoint.info functions. Posición del interruptor (en función de la fuente de energía) SPYP INT 1 PARA EMPEZAR 1 Lentes fotográficas Sensor de imágenes y filtro de infrarrojos. 13 Botones de ajustes Botones para utilizar la cámara. Fuente de energía Posición del interruptor ¡Consejo práctico! recorte el fragmento deseado 2 LED invisibles Iluminación nocturna para fotos y vídeos en 14 Interruptor de Seleccione la fuente de energía dependiendo • 6 AA Cámara de vigilancia  de este manual y guárdelo en el bolsillo de la de color negro blanco y negro. la batería del tipo de baterías empleadas. • 12V ALK carcasa destinado para ello. • 12V + 6 AA Expedition series 3 Luz de prueba Parpadea en el modo PRUEBA cuando la cámara ha detectado un movimiento. En el 15 Comparti- mento de las Utilice 6 pilas alcalinas o de litio AA (LR6) o una batería de litio recargable (LIT-09/ CoMpoNENtEs • LIT-09* Adventure series Expedition series Pro series Smart series Tiny series Live series modo PHOTO/VIDEO la luz LED parpadea pilas LIT-C-8, disponibles por separado). • 12V + LIT-09* LIT-09 Série aventure Série Expédition Série pro Série Smart Série Tiny Série Live durante 60 segundos para permitir al usuario • Panel solar + LIT-09* retirarse sin ser fotografiado. 16 Salida de TV Para poder visualizar fotos y vídeos directa- Abenteuer-Serie Expedition Serie Pro-Serie Smart serie Tiny-Serie Live-Serie mente en la televisión. Installation serie de aventura Series expedición Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny 1Series Live 4 Lente Fresnel Permite ampliar el área de detección del sen- * Batería de litio recargable (LIT-09) o mediante cargador (LIT-C-8), serie di avventura Serie spedizione Serie pro Smart serie Serie Tiny Serie Live sor de movimiento y aumentar la sensibilidad 17 Conexión USB Para poder transferir fotos y vídeos a su disponibles por separado. Modelos: de la cámara. ordenador. BF-10HD/S-BF-10HD 2 18 Ranura de la Para realizar grabaciones de vídeo o foto- 5 Conexión 12V Esta cámara puede ser alimentada por la en- ColoCaCiÓN DE la tarJEta DE MEMoria BF-12HD/S-BF-12HD tarjeta SD grafías es necesaria una tarjeta SD. La strap trada externa de 12 voltios DC, por ejemplo 3 6 con baterías de 12V o un adaptador de 12V cámara es compatible con tarjetas de memo- Inserte una tarjeta de memoria SD/SDHC (de 5 7 8 (disponible por separado). ria SD/SDHC de hasta 32GB (no incluidas). hasta 32GB) en la ranura para tarjetas. Cuando 19 RUEDA DE Permite ajustar la distancia de detección y oiga clic esto significará que la tarjeta ha sido 6 Trípode Fijación para un inserto roscado estándar de 4 DISTANCE la sensibilidad del detector. Véase la sección correctamente colocada. ¼-20”. DISTANCE para más información. 7 Micrófono Para realizar grabaciones de audio levante la Antes de insertar o retirar la tarjeta de funda de plástico y dele la vuelta ligeramente memoria, apague la cámara para prevenir Manual de inicio rápido para dejar el micrófono libre. ColoCaCiÓN DE las batErÍas que las imágenes ya tomadas sean dañadas o borradas. v1.0 8 Entrada del Permite instalar un panel solar (SP-12V), 16 12 panel solar para mantener la carga de la batería de litio (LIT-09/LIT-C-8) (disponible por separado). 1 17 Para empezar 9 BUSY-LED Permite apagar y encender la cámara. 9 10 ON/OFF Permite apagar y encender la cámara. 2 Ajustes 10 13 18 11 Altavoz Reproducción del sonido al visualizar vídeos. 6 pilas alcalinas AA Una batería de litio LIT-09/LIT-C-8 integrado 14 (si está dis- 3 11 ponible) Mensajes de error Le recomendamos emplear nuevas pilas para obtener los 19 mejores resultados de su cámara. Además, no se recomienda el 15 12 Pantalla de Permite el acceso a fotografías y vídeos uso de baterías AA recargables. visualización a través del menú principal. Pantalla con Instrucciones completas 4 4 opciones de zoom y giro. www.spypoint.com www.spypoint.info

Components 20 1 12 17 13 21 6 2 14 22 3 15 18 16 4 10 19 23 5 7 8 9 11 1 Photo lens 6 Slot for installation 8 12V Power jack 12 Access to the time 20 TV OUT 2 Invisible LEDs strap 9 Tripod mount battery 21 USB port 3 Test light 7 Cable lock hole Microphone 10 13 Battery switch 22 SD card slot 14 BUSY Led 23 DISTANCE dial 4 Light sensor 11 Solar panel jack 5 Fresnel lens 15 ON/OFF 16 Built-in speaker (BF-12HD) 17 Viewing screen 18 Navigation buttons 19 Battery case 5

Components 1 Photo lens Image sensor and infrared filter. 13 Battery switch Allows the user to select the power source ac- 2 Invisible LEDs Night lighting to obtain black and white cording to the type of batteries used (p.7). photos and videos. 14 BUSY LED Lights up when the camera is recording 3 Test light Flashes in TEST mode when there is detec- (p.9). tion and flashes 60 seconds in PHOTO/VIDEO 15 ON/OFF Allows the user to turn on/off the camera. mode to allow the user to leave without being 16 Built-in speaker When viewing videos, allows to hear the photographed or recorded. (BF-12HD) sound. 4 Light sensor Allows the lighting of the LEDs panel at night. 17 Viewing screen Allows the user to access the main menu and 5 Fresnel lens Expands the detection area and increases the view photos/videos. Screen with zoom and sensitivity of the camera’s motion sensor. pan functions (p.10). 6 Slot for installation Allows the user to install the camera using 18 Navigation buttons Buttons to set the camera (p.10). strap the installation strap included (p.10). 19 Battery case Case for AA batteries or a rechargeable 7 Cable lock hole Allows the user to install a CL-6FT cable lock, lithium battery pack (p.7). sold separately (p.20). 20 TV OUT Allows the user to view or delete photos/ 8 12V power jack This camera can be powered from an external videos directly on TV (p.13). 12-volt DC input such as a 12V battery or a 12V adapter, each sold separately (p.19). 21 USB port To transfer photos/videos to a computer (p.16). 9 Tripod mount Standard ¼-20" tripod mount. 22 SD card slot An SD card is required to record photos/videos 10 Microphone Record sound in video mode (p.15). (p.9). 23 DISTANCE dial Allows the user to adjust the distance of 11 Solar panel jack Allows the user to connect a solar panel detection and the sensitivity of the detector (SP-12V) to maintain the charge of the (p.13). lithium battery pack (LIT-09/LIT-C-8), sold separately (p.19). 12 Access to the time Battery that keeps the time and date in battery memory (p.8). 6

Power The battery level is shown in the bottom right corner of the screen when EXTERNAL (12V) the camera is in TEST mode. When a single line remains, the camera will This camera can also be powered by an external 12-volt DC input such as continue to take photos but we strongly recommend to change the AA a 12-volt battery (KIT-12V, BATT-12V or KIT6V/12V) or a 12-volt adapter batteries or charge the lithium battery pack before they are empty. (see (AD-12V), each sold separately (p.19). During the installation of a 12-volt figure below). If a video is being recorded and the batteries level reaches connection, slide the battery switch to ALK (the AA batteries can remain 0%, the camera saves the file before shutting down. safely inside the camera). If combined with a lithium battery pack, slide the battery switch to LIT-09. For available accessories, see p.19. SOLAR PANEL AA BATTERIES This camera also offers the possibility to connect a solar panel (SP-12V sold This camera requires 6 AA batteries (1.5V). The use of alkaline or lithium separately, p.19) to maintain the charge of the lithium battery pack batteries is strongly recommended. During the installation of the AA batte- (sold separately, p.19). While installing the rechargeable lithium battery ries, slide the battery switch to ALK (i.e. alkaline). Insert the batteries as pack, slide the battery switch to LIT-09 to activate the charging system of indicated inside the battery case. Battery polarity must be followed. the solar panel. Battery switch position (depending on the power source) Power source Battery switch position • 6AA • 12V ALK • 12V + 6AA 6 alkaline AA batteries • LIT-09* Please note that the voltage of rechargeable AA batteries (1.2V) is • 12V + LIT-09* LIT-09 insufficient to power the SPYPOINT® camera. We also recommend the • Solar panel + LIT-09* use of new batteries to ensure maximum performance of the camera. * Rechargeable lithium battery pack, sold separately (LIT-09) or with a charger (LIT-C-8). LITHIUM BATTERY PACK This SPYPOINT® camera can be powered by a rechargeable lithium battery pack LIT-09/LIT-C-8 (sold separately, p.19). This type of battery is less affected by cold temperatures and lasts up to 3 times longer than an alka- line batteries. During the installation of the lithium battery, slide the battery switch to LIT-09. Lithium battery pack LIT-09/LIT-C-8 7

Power TIME BATTERY The camera has a CR2032 lithium button battery which saves the time and date. To replace the battery: 1. Turn off the camera and remove it from the housing. 2. Using a flat screwdriver, push the tab to the right. 3. While pushing the tab, remove the compartment of the camera. 4. Replace the battery, the polarity must be respected (side + facing up). 8

Memory card/ "BUSY" LED MEMORY CARD INSERTING THE MEMORY CARD A memory card is required to record photos and videos. The camera is Insert an SD/SDHC memory card (up to 32 GB capa- compatible with SD/SDHC memory cards, up to 32 GB capacity. (sold city) in the card slot. The card is inserted correctly separately, p.19). when a click is heard. Before inserting or removing a memory card, When the PHOTO, VIDEO or VIEW mode is selected and no memory card is always turn off the camera to prevent loss or used, the screen displays "Insert memory card". When the SD card is full, damage of the photos already recorded. the screen displays "Memory card full". Here is a table of the approximate number of photos and length of videos that can be recorded with different memory card capacities. Many photo and REMOVING THE MEMORY CARD video resolutions are noted, see those corresponding to the camera. Lightly press the memory card into the camera once to pop it out of the slot and remove it. 4 GB 8 GB 16 GB 32GB Photo "BUSY" DEL 3 MP 4100 8200 16400 32800 The "BUSY" light, located below the screen, lights up when the camera 4 MP 3800 7600 15200 30400 records a file. 5 MP 3400 6800 13600 27300 6 MP 3200 6300 12600 25300 7 MP 2700 5500 10900 21800 8 MP 2400 4800 9500 19000 10 MP 1900 3800 7600 15200 12 MP 1600 3200 6300 12600 Video 320 x 240 4h 8h 16 h 32 h 640 x 480 2h10 4h10 8h20 16h40 1280 x 720 40 min 1h20 2h40 5h20 9

Settings Use the ◄, ►, ▲ or ▼ buttons to navigate in the interface and change SETTINGS options. Use the OK button to confirm and the BACK button to return to the Allows the user to change the different settings. To set the system in previous menu. English, hold the button ▼ until "Language" is highlighted. Press OK, select "English" with the button ▲ or ▼ and confirm the choice with OK. The system will then change the menus to English. PHOTO Allows the user to take photos. When the PHOTO mode is selected, Start time/Stop time: the test light in front of the camera will flash for 60 seconds to allow the user to leave the area without being photographed. Allows the user to set the operation period of the camera. The start and stop time progammed hours are the hours during which the camera is in VIDEO action and records photos or videos. Example: If the user selects "15:00" Allows the user to take videos. When the VIDEO mode is selected, start time and "19:00" stop time, the camera will only detect for that the test light in front of the camera will flash for 60 seconds to allow period of time and will stay inactive for the remaining hours. Press OK the user to leave the area without being recorded. and use ▲ or ▼ to adjust the hours. Press OK again to set the minutes. When the time is properly set, press OK. TEST For a 24 hour activation, the same start and stop times must be entered Allows the user to test the detection system of the camera. When (example: 00:00 as start time and 00:00 as stop time. These hours are the TEST mode is selected, no photo or video is recorded. Pass in the basic settings of the camera. front of the camera from left to right. When the camera detects a motion, the test light blinks to indicate that the camera would normally have saved Note: The hours are recorded over a 24-hour period. For example, 5pm a photo or video. If the system does not detect the movement, increase is 17:00 (00:00 means midnight). the detection distance using the DISTANCE wheel or realign the system differently. In TEST mode, it is possible to take a photo by pressing the OK Delay: button. The photo is saved and appears in the VIEW mode. (10s/30s/1m/5m/15m/30m) Allows the user to choose the time interval between each detection before INSTALLATION WITH THE SUPPLIED STRAP the camera records the next photo or video. A longer delay minimize the number of photos taken and maximize the battery life. A shorter delay maximize the number of photos taken but requires more battery power. The shorter times interval are recommended when the cameras is used for security purposes. Note: A shorter detection delay results in a shorter battery life. Multi-shot: (1/2/3/4/5/6 consecutive shots) 1. Insérez l’extrémité de la courroie dans la fente qui se trouve au dos du mécanisme. 2. Insérez la courroie dans la fente sous le levier et faites-la ressortir en arrière. 3. Créer une tension sur la courroie en la tirant vers la droite, puis rabattez vers la gauche le levier pour Takes up to 6 consecutive shots at each detection, with a 10-second delay between each photo. This option allows the user to get up to 6 photos maintenir la position. Recommended installation height: about 3 feet above the ground. Do not place the camera facing the sun. from different angles when the camera is in PHOTO mode. 10

Settings Video length: Quality: (10s/30s/60s/90s) (Low/Medium/High) Allows the user to select the duration of the recording when the camera Allows the user to set the photo and video resolution. The low resolution is set in VIDEO mode. allows the user to save space on the card and the high resolution allows the user to get a better photo quality. Language: (English/Français/Deutsch/Italiano/Español) When the quality is set to" High", the video resolution is automatically set to 1280 x 720 and when is set to "Medium" or "Low", the video resolution Allows the user to select a language for the camera menus. is automatically set to 640 x 480. Date: Temperature: (°C/°F) Allows the user to set the date as Month/Day/Year. Allows the user to select the temperature display. Time: Continuous: Allows the user to set the time as Hour/Minute. (Yes/No) Allows the user to take photos or videos even if the memory card is full. Stamp: The camera will continue to record photos or videos by deleting the first (Yes/No) recorded files. Allows the user to have date, time, temperature and moon phases printed on the photos. Power: (Batteries/Electricity) New moon: Allows the user to select the type of power supply. Waxing Crescent: First Quarter: Choose "Electricity" if the camera is powered by a main electric power- Waxing Gibbous: supply (using a 12-volt DC adapter, #AD-12V, sold separately (p.19). A main electric power supply is recommended when camera is used for Full moon: security purposes. It provides an instant trigger time when a movement Waning Gibbous: is detected. The lithium battery pack and the AA batteries can remain Last Quarter: safely inside the camera and it is ideal for blackouts. A 12-volt DC adapter Waning crescent: that can provide a minimum of 800 mA is required (p.19). Note: When using a main electric power supply, the MULTI-SHOT mode and the DELAY option are disabled as the camera triggers instantly every time it detects motion. Also, the printing of the temperature on each photo is disabled. 11

Settings Time lapse: VIEW (Off/30s/1m/3m/5m/15m/30m/1h) Allows the user to view or delete recorded photos and videos on the camera screen or on a TV. Allows the camera to take photos at regular preset intervals. For example, if the option "5m" is selected in the TIME LAPSE mode, the camera takes a • Viewing with the screen of the camera: photo every 5 minutes during the period of operation (start time and stop When the VIEW mode is selected, the latest photo or video recorded time) even if there is no detection. This option allows the user to obtain appears on the screen automatically. Press ► or ◄ to view next or previous photos of subjects outside the detection range of the camera. images. Press ▲ and ▼ to zoom in and out. When the zoom is activated, press OK to move the image by using ◄, ►, ▲ or ▼. Press OK again then Note: The TIME LAPSE mode only applies in PHOTO mode, not in VIDEO ▼ to return to normal view. mode. When TIME LAPSE mode is selected, the DELAY option and the MULTI-SHOT mode are disabled. The photo resolution remains the same Press OK to view the different options available. except for the low resolution which is reduced to 800 x 600. Play: Allows the user to play or pause the video on the screen. Remote control (RC-1): (BF-12HD) (This option is available only for videos) (On/Off) Date and time: Allows the user to view the date and time printed on Allows the user to use the RC-1 remote control which works with the RE- the photo. MOSTM wireless technology, sold separately (p.19). The remote control Protect: Allows the user to protect a photo or video to prevent it allows to activate/deactivate the detection of the camera and to remotely from being deleted by selecting "Delete All". take a photo/video in an area of 500 ft. Delete: Allows the user to erase from the memory card, the photo or the video seen on the screen. Wireless sensor (MS-1): (BF-12HD) Delete all: Allows the user to erase from the memory card all stored (Off/1/2/3/4/5/6/7) photos and videos, with the exception of protected files. Allows the camera to be triggered wirelessly by one or more MS-1 devices Format: Allows the user to format memory card and delete all through the REMOSTM wireless technology, sold separately (p.20). protected photos and videos. Exit: Allows the user to exit the menu to return to the viewing IR-Booster: (BF-12HD) screen. (On/Off) Allows the camera to trigger, up to a distance of 50ft, one or more IR-BOOSTER infrared lighting devices without the use of an additional Note: The number of yellow stars that appear to the right of the screen transmitter through the REMOSTM wireless technology. Sold separately corresponds to the resolution of the photos. (p.20) =Low resolution =Medium resolution =High resolution 12

Settings/Distance • Watching on TV: DISTANCE Allows the user to view or delete the photos or videos directly on a TV. Turn the DISTANCE dial to the right to increase the detection distance and the sensitivity of the detector. 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Connect the yellow end of the RCA cable supplied into the VIDEO IN of the TV and the other end into the TV OUT of the camera. The options are the same as viewing on the screen of the camera (previously men- tioned). The camera is equipped with a detector sensitive to infrared. The system will only detect a heat source in motion. The greater the mass of heat, RCA the more sensitive the system is. The range of detection is between 5 and 65 feet. The best way to adjust the distance is to set the camera to TEST mode. Make sure to have the least amount of objects possible in front of the camera during positioning. This will prevent photos being taken by the camera when oriented towards the sun at the same time an object moves in front of the camera (e.g. a branch). Here is a table of approximate detection distances and width of the detection area according to the DISTANCE dial setting. The data can be affected by the size of the subject and the outside temperature. Note that this data is for illustrative purposes only. Detection Width of the Value on dial Sensitivity distance (ft) detection area (ft) MIN CAMERA 5-30 3 2 3 4 Gradually 30-50 15 6 increases 15 8 50-65 30 MAX 30 13

REMOSTM Technology (BF-12HD) The cameras compatible with the REMOSTM technology (wireless functionna- lities), can be combined with: • RC-1 :Remote control Allows the user to control the camera remotely. • MS-1 :Motion sensor Allows the user to trigger the camera remotely. • IRB-W-B : Infrared Booster Used to optimize the infrared lighting to accentuate the quality of night photos and videos. See SETTINGS (p.12) and AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES (p.19) sections for more details. The optional steel security box (SB-91) affects the wireless functio- nalites of products compatible with REMOSTM technology. 14

Sound recording The SPYPOINT® camera offers the possibility to record sound in VIDEO mode. When the VIDEO mode is selected, the camera automatically re- cords the sound. Under the camera, you will find a rubber cap with the inscription MIC. If the user does not want to record the sound, the rubber cap needs to stay in place. If sound recording is required, the user must lift the rubber cap and turn it slightly so that the microphone receiver is completely cleared (See figure below). 15

File transfer to a computer To transfer photos/videos to a computer: 1. Turn OFF the camera. 2. Connect the USB cable (supplied) from the camera to a computer USB 3. The computer will detect the camera and install the driver automatically. 4. Click on "My Computer" and select "Removable Disk". 5. Then click on "DCIM" and "100DSCIM" to find all recorded photos and videos. 6. Drag or save the files to the desired location. Taking the memory card (sold separately, p.19) out of the camera and inserting it into the computer slot will achieve the same results. Note: Videos in .MP4 format require the use of a compatible video player software such as VLC, Windows Media Player or QuickTime. 16

Troubleshooting Problem Possible solutions No person/animal • Sunrise or sunset can trigger the sensor. Camera Impossible to • Verify if there are batteries in the camera. on photos must be re-orientated. turn on the • Verify if the batteries are correctly installed (p.7). • At night, the motion detector may detect beyond the camera • Verify if the battery switch position is positioned range of the IR illumination. Reduce distance setting according to the power source (p.7). (p.13). • Install the latest update (available on www.spypoint. • Small animals may trigger the unit. Reduce distance com under SUPPORT section). setting (p.13) and/or raise height of camera. • Replace alkaline batteries or recharge the lithium • Motion detector may detect animals through foliage. battery pack. • If a person or animal moves quickly, it may move out of the camera’s field of view before the photo is The screen of the • The camera may be set to PHOTO or VIDEO mode taken. Move the camera further back or redirect the camera turns off and the screen turns off after a period of 60 seconds camera. in order to preserve battery life. • Make sure the mounting post or tree is stable and • The camera automatically resets itself to PHOTO or does not move. VIDEO mode (depending of the latest mode used or selected) after 2 minutes of inactivity on the main Red light in front • Camera is set in TEST mode. menu. of the camera • Camera is set in PHOTO or VIDEO mode. The red • To return to the screen, turn off the camera and turn blinks light in front of the camera flashes for 60 seconds to it on again. allow the user to leave without being photographed or recorded. The camera does • Remove the batteries and reinstall them (p.7). not respond • Replace alkaline batteries or recharge the lithium The photos/ • Verify if the camera is correctly connected to the battery pack. videos do not television using the RCA cable (p.13). appear on the • Verify if the memory card contains photos/videos. The camera • The time battery must be replaced (p.8). television works, but is losing its time The computer • Verify if the camera is properly connected to the and date settings does not computer using the USB cable (p.16). recognize the Impossible to • Verify if there are batteries in the camera. camera take photos/ • Replace alkaline batteries or recharge the lithium videos battery pack. The computer • The .MP4 video format requires the use of a video • Memory card is full. can’t play videos player software compatible such as VLC, Windows • Verify if the camera is turned on. Media Player or QuickTime. 17

Error messages Error message Possible solutions Insert memory The use of a memory card is required to record video card and photos. • Delete the files or use a new memory card. Memory card full • Afterwards, the "Continuous" option can be activated for a continuous recording (p.11). The camera cannot access the memory card. • Turn off the camera and turn it on again Card error • Remove the memory card and insert it again. • Verify if the gold contacts are clean. • Format the memory card Appears on the screen just before the camera turns Low battery off. Recharge the batteries or insert new ones. Always verify the battery level before using the camera. There are no files to view. Verify if the memory card No image contains photos/videos. It is impossible to delete the file because it is protected. Protected file To delete this file and all the others, just format the memory card. 18

Available accessories To obtain more information on the available accessories, go to www.spypoint.com. Here are the main accessories available: POWER Rechargeable 12V battery, Solar panel charger & housing kit #SP-12V, Solar panel with adjus- #KIT-12V, 12-volt 7.0Ah rechar- table steel mounting kit. Maintains geable battery with a water resis- the charge of the lithium battery tant ABS plastic case, AC charger, pack directly into compatible de- 12 ft power cable (#PW-12FT) and vices. Can also be combined with carrying strap included. Compa- any 12-volt battery. 9 ft power 12V DC Power cable Lithium battery pack & charger tible with all SPYPOINT® products cable. #CB-12FT, 12 ft power cable with #LIT-C-8, Rechargeable lithium equipped with a 12V power jack. alligator clips at one end to connect battery pack and AC charger with a 12V battery to a camera. charge indicator light. Fits most SPYPOINT® products. Spare power cable Remote control (BF-12HD) #PW-12FT, Spare 12 ft power #RC-1, Four button wireless cable, to connect the camera to Rechargeable 6V-12V battery, remote control. Works with all the KIT-12V. 12-volt Adaptor charger & housing kit cameras compatible with REMOS™ #AD-12V, AC adaptor (6V to 12V). #KIT6V-12V, Universal kit with technology (up to 500 ft). Battery Powers the camera from an elec- two 6V rechargeable batteries included. trical outlet. (2.8Ah), with 6V (5.6Ah) and 12V (2.8Ah) output configuration and AC charger. Water resistant ABS plastic case, 12 ft power cable MEMORY CARD and strap included. Camo pattern. Compatible with all SPYPOINT® products equipped with a 12V power jack. Lithium battery pack #LIT-09, Additional rechargeable lithium battery pack fits most SPYPOINT® products. SD Memory card 8GB #SD-8GB, SDHC memory card 8 GB, High speed Class 6. Rechargeable 12V battery & charger set #BATT-12V, 12-volt 7.0Ah rechar- geable battery and AC charger to power the camera. 19

Available accessories INSTALLATION AND SECURITY INFRARED BOOSTER Invisible LEDs IR-Booster IR-Booster Cable lock Steel security box #IRB-W-B, 100 invisible LEDs #IRB-W, 100 LED wireless infra- #CL-6FT, 6  ft cable lock fits all #SB-91, Steel box to secure the (completely invisible to the naked red module that allows the user to SPYPOINT® cameras. camera against theft. It also pro- eye) wireless infrared module that amplify the strength of the infra- tects it from breakage caused allows the user to amplify the red lights for clearer night shots. by bears or other animals. Fits infrared lights at night for clearer all SPYPOINT® 5.1" W x 6.9" H x shots. Compatible with REMOSTM 2.6" D cameras (except TINY, technology. When used with LIVE, SMART and SUMMIT PRO REMOSTM compatible cameras, the series). Also available in black. transmitter is not necessary. OTHERS ACCESSORIES Camera mount #MA-360, Adjustable mounting arm, fits all cameras that have a standard ¼-20" tripod mount. It can rotate 360° and tilt approx +/- 90°. Also available in black. Tripod REMOSTM Wireless motion #TP-CAM, SPYPOINT® Lightweight sensor (BF-12HD) tripod, in black aluminum, with a #MS-1, Wireless motion sensor unique anchor system and a remo- that allows you to trigger the vable quick release plate. Max. camera remotely, up to 500 ft height: 4.9 ft (1.5 m), min. height: away. Works with all cameras com- 1.7 ft (0.5 m), max. load weight: patible with REMOS™ technology. 11 lbs (5 kg). Fits most SPYPOINT® Requires 1 alkaline 9V battery or a products. 12V power supply (not included). Also available in black. 20

Specifications (BF-10HD) Photo recording Detection system Photo resolution 3 MP, 5 MP, 10 MP Motion sensor PIR File format JPG Detection angle 30° Time lapse mode Predefined intervals from 30 s to 1 h Detection range Adjustable from 5 to 65 ft Multi-shot mode Up to 6 photos per detection Delay between each detection Adjustable from 10 s to 30 min Stamp (only on photos) Date, time, temperature (°C/°F) and Electricity option Instant trigger time moon phase (Connection to an electrical outlet only) Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night Night time illumination system Video recording LEDs 46 LEDs Video resolution 640 x 480, 1280 x 720 Type Invisible LEDs File format AVI Exposure Automatic infrared level adjustment Sequence length Adjustable from 10 to 90 s Optical field of view Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night 50° Audio Dimensions Sound recording Mono 5.1" W x 6.9" H x 2.6" D (Automatically recorded in video Recommendations mode) Operating temperature (-4 °F to +122 °F) (-20 °C to + 50 °C) Memory storage Storage temperature (-22 °F to +167 °F) (-30 °C to + 75 °C) Support • Internal memory : none • External memory : SD/SDHC card (up to 32 GB) Viewing Built-in screen 2.4’’ LCD TV output Composite video (PAL/NTSC) Computer output USB 2.0 Power source Accessories sold separately, p.19 Alkaline or lithium batteries 6 x AA Lithium battery pack Rechargeable battery pack (LIT-09/LIT-C-8) External (12V jack) 12V battery (KIT6V-12V, KIT-12V, BATT-12V) or 12V adapter (AD-12V) Solar panel Solar panel (SP-12V) combined with rechargeable battery pack (LIT-09/ LIT/C-8) 21

Specifications (BF-12HD) Photo recording Detection system Photo resolution 5 MP, 8 MP, 12 MP Motion sensor PIR File format JPG Detection angle 30° Time lapse mode Predefined intervals from 30 s to 1 h Detection range Adjustable from 5 to 65 ft Multi-shot mode Up to 6 photos per detection Delay between each detection Adjustable from 10 s to 30 min Stamp (only on photos) Date, time, temperature (°C/°F) and Electricity option Instant trigger time moon phase (Connection to an electrical outlet only) Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night Night time illumination system Video recording LEDs 46 LEDs Video resolution 640 x 480, 1280 x 720 Type Invisible LEDs File format AVI Exposure Automatic infrared level adjustment Sequence length Adjustable from 10 to 90 s Optical field of view Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night 50° Dimensions Audio 5.1" W x 6.9" H x 2.6" D Sound recording Mono (Automatically recorded in video Wireless mode) REMOSTM Technology This camera is compatible with the Memory storage REMOSTM Technology. Support • Internal memory : none Recommendations • External memory : SD/SDHC card Operating temperature (-4 °F to +122 °F) (-20 °C to + 50 °C) (up to 32 GB) Storage temperature (-22 °F to +167 °F) (-30 °C to + 75 °C) Viewing Built-in screen 3.0’’ LCD TV output Composite video (PAL/NTSC) Computer output USB 2.0 Power source Accessories sold separately, p.19 Alkaline or lithium batteries 6 x AA Lithium battery pack Rechargeable battery pack (LIT-09/LIT-C-8) External (12V jack) 12V battery (KIT6V-12V, KIT-12V, BATT-12V) or 12V adapter (AD-12V) Solar panel Solar panel (SP-12V) combined with rechargeable battery pack (LIT-09/ LIT/C-8) 22

Regulation FCC REGULATIONS FCC Part l5 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequen- cy energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Opera- tion is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cau- se harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Industry Canada This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s): Operation is subject to the following Two conditions:(1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, inclu- ding interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.The term "IC:" before the certification/registration number only signifies that the Industry Canada technical specifications were met. This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications. Hereby, GG Telecom declares that this camera is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 99/5/EC. The user can obtain a copy of the Declaration of Conformity by e-mail at [email protected] 23

Limited warranty and repair service WARRANTY AND REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS FOR REPAIR SERVICE This SPYPOINT® product designed by GG Telecom, is covered by a one GG Telecom will repair the product without charge or replace it at its discre- (1) year warranty on material and workmanship starting from the original tion with an equivalent product, if it has a manufacturing defect covered by date of purchase. The sales receipt is your proof of purchase and must be the warranty described previously. We will pay the shipping costs only for presented if warranty service is needed. This warranty will be honored in the the return of the products covered by the warranty. The shipping costs for country of purchase only. an item sent to us will be assumed by the customer. This warranty does not cover any GG Telecom product which has been Repairs for damages not covered by the warranty will be subject to a subjected to misuse, neglect and accidents or has been improperly used reasonable charge. The customer will pay all shipping costs. or maintained. In addition, this warranty is not applicable for all products purchased online from an unauthorized dealer. Any modification or tam- 1. BEFORE sending a product for repair, please contact our pering of the product will affect its operation, performance, durability and technical support team at 1-888-779-7646 or [email protected] voids this warranty. Clearly describe the problem and give a phone number where we can reach you. It happens regularly that some problems can be solved over the phone. 2. If a product needs to be sent, an RMA number will be given to the customer (Return Merchandise Authorization). 3. Prepare a package for GG Telecom and include the original receipt or a copy. 4. Write the RMA number on the outside of the package and send it to: CANADA United States GG Telecom GG Telecom 120 J.Aurèle-Roux 555 VT route 78 Victoriaville, QC Swanton, Vermont G6T 0N5 05488 IMPORTANT: Under no circumstances will GG Telecom accept returned products without a Return Material Authorization number (RMA). It is essential to contact us before making a return. The customer is liable for loss or damage to the product that may occur during the transport to GG Telecom. We recommend you to use a traceable method of shipping to ensure your protection. WWW.SPYPOINT.COM 24