SPYPOINT LINK-3G LINK-4G LINK-4GV Manual

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USER GUIDE CELLULAR TRAIL CAMERA Models: LINK-3G LINK-4G LINK-4GV & comparable*  support.spypoint.com  1-888-779-7646  [email protected] v1.6 * Specs and features may differ across comparable models. Refer to website or packaging for full details.

ABOUT US GG Telecom’s mission is to offer products that are easy to use, innovative, affordable and of exceptional quality. THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING A SPYPOINT PRODUCT. Our SPYPOINT products are mainly used for hunting and residential/commercial surveillance. They are distributed and This manual will guide you through all the features of your device shipped all over the world and the market never stops growing. so that you will get optimal use out of your SPYPOINT product. Our Prosperous and respected, GG Telecom is a company that constantly priority is to provide outstanding customer service. If you need keeps abreast of new technologies and listens to its customers to support for your product, please contact the SPYPOINT technical deliver cutting-edge products with practical solutions that improve support or visit our website. hunting and outdoor activities. CONTACT JOIN THE SPYPOINT COMMUNITY  1-888-779-7646 facebook.com/SPYPOINT  [email protected] twitter.com/SPYPOINTcamera  www.spypoint.com youtube.com/SPYPOINTtrailcam Available for all SPYPOINT trail cameras models, this incredible tool AUTOMATICALLY SORT YOUR PHOTOS for hunters enable you to manage all your cameras & photos. Drag & drop your photos to sort them by date. ACCESS YOUR PHOTOS from anywhere & never worry about backups or storage space. SHARE YOUR PHOTOS with your hunting partners, friends & family. Online camera & photo management system GEOTAG YOUR TRAIL CAMERAS Locate your cameras faster & never Create your FREE START-UP account! misplace them in the woods again. TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CELLULAR CAMERAS Change settings, get status updates, notifications 2 & GPS location (compatible models only).

Table of contents Components.................................................................................. 4 Specifications LINK-3G.......................................................................................... 6 LINK-4G.......................................................................................... 7 LINK-4GV........................................................................................ 8 Power............................................................................................ 9 Memory card & Busy LED..............................................................10 Settings........................................................................................11 SPYPOINT LINK App.....................................................................15 Installation & Mounting bracket...................................................16 File transfer to a computer...........................................................17 Available accessories....................................................................18 Troubleshooting...........................................................................19 Warranty & Repair........................................................................21 Regulation....................................................................................22 3

Components 7 1 2 8 3 9 4 5 6 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 Photo lens 7 Mounting bracket 10 Cable lock hole 16 12V/Solar panel jack LEDs 2 8 Slot for installation strap 11 BUSY LED 17 USB port 3 Test light 9 Tripod mount 12 Viewing screen 18 SD card slot 4 Light sensor 13 Navigation buttons 19 Micro SIM card slot 5 Battery case 14 Microphone (Except LINK-4GV) 6 Fresnel lens (Except LINK-3G) 15 Power button 4

Components 1 Photo lens Image sensor and infrared filter. 13 Navigation buttons Buttons to set the camera. 2 LEDs Night lighting to obtain black and white photos 14 Microphone Records sound in video mode. and videos. (Except LINK-3G) 15 Power button Press the button to turn on or off the camera. 3 Test light Flashes in TEST mode when there is detec- tion and flashes 30 seconds in PHOTO/VIDEO 16 12V power jack This camera can be powered from an external mode to allow the user to leave without being 12-volt DC input such as a 12V battery or a photographed or recorded. 12V adapter, each sold separately. 4 Light sensor Allows the lighting of the LEDs panel at night. Solar panel jack Allows the user to connect a solar panel (SP-12V) to maintain the charge of the 5 Battery case Case for AA batteries or a rechargeable lithium battery pack (LIT-09/LIT-C-8), sold lithium battery pack. separately. 6 Fresnel lens Expands the detection area and increases the 17 USB port To transfer photos/videos to a computer. sensitivity of the camera’s motion sensor. 18 SD card slot An SD card is required to record photos/ 7 Mounting bracket Removable support to install the camera. videos. 8 Slot for installation Allows the user to install the camera using 19 Micro SIM card slot A SIM card is required for cellular functions. (Except LINK-4GV) strap the installation strap included. 9 Tripod mount Standard ¼-20" tripod mount. 10 Cable lock hole Allows the user to install a CL-6FT cable lock, sold separately. 11 BUSY LED Lights up either when there's a motion detected or when the camera sync with the SPYPOINT LINK app. 12 Viewing screen Allows the user to access the main menu and view photos/videos. 5

Specifications LINK-3G Photo recording Detection system Photo resolution 11 MP Motion sensor PIR File format JPG Detection angle 40° Time lapse mode Predefined intervals from 30 s to 1 h Detection range Adjustable from 5 to 100 ft Multi-shot mode Up to 6 photos per detection Trigger speed 0.07 sec Info on photos Date, time, temperature (°C/°F) and Delay between each detection Adjustable from Instant to 30 min moon phase Night time illumination system Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night LEDs 62 LEDs Video recording Flash range < 100 ft Video resolution 1280 x 720 (HD 720p) Exposure Automatic infrared level adjustment File format AVI Optical field of view Sequence length Adjustable from 10 to 90 s 40° Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night Dimensions Audio 4.3" W X 6.8" H X 3" D Sound recording N/A Cellular transmission Memory storage Network 3G Support • Internal memory: none Photo transmission Wireless photo transmission to the free, • External memory: SD/SDHC card SPYPOINT LINK App with a SPYPOINT (up to 32 GB) plan. For more information, please visit Viewing the link below. Built-in screen 2.4" LCD WWW.SPYPOINT.COM/PLANS Computer output USB 2.0 Configuration of the camera Fully configurable remotely through Power source the free SPYPOINT LINK App. Alkaline or lithium batteries 6 x AA Recommendations Lithium battery pack Rechargeable battery pack Operating temperature (-30 °C to + 50 °C) (-22 °F to +122 °F) (LIT-09/LIT-C-8) Storage temperature (-40 °C to + 60 °C) (-40 °F to +140 °F) External (12V jack) 12V battery (KIT6V-12V, KIT-12V, BATT-12V) or 12V adapter (AD-12V) Solar panel Solar panel (SP-12V) combined with re- chargeable battery pack (LIT-09/LIT-C-8) 6

Specifications LINK-4G Photo recording Detection system Photo resolution 12 MP Motion sensor PIR File format JPG Detection angle 40° Time lapse mode Predefined intervals from 30 s to 1 h Detection range Adjustable from 5 to 100 ft Multi-shot mode Up to 6 photos per detection Trigger speed 0.07 sec Info on photos Date, time, temperature (°C/°F) and Delay between each detection Adjustable from Instant to 30 min moon phase Night time illumination system Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night LEDs 62 LEDs Video recording Flash range < 100 ft Video resolution 1280 x 720 (HD 720p) Exposure Automatic infrared level adjustment File format AVI Optical field of view Sequence length Adjustable from 10 to 90 s 40° Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night Dimensions Audio 4.3" W X 6.8" H X 3" D Sound recording Mono Cellular transmission (automatically recorded in video Network 4G (HSPA+) mode when rubber cap is removed) Photo transmission Wireless photo transmission to the free, Memory storage SPYPOINT LINK App with a SPYPOINT Support •Internal memory: none plan. For more information, please visit •External memory: SD/SDHC card the link below. (up to 32 GB) WWW.SPYPOINT.COM/PLANS Viewing Configuration of the camera Fully configurable remotely through Built-in screen 2.4" LCD the free SPYPOINT LINK App. Computer output USB 2.0 Recommendations Power source Operating temperature (-30 °C to + 50 °C) (-22 °F to +122 °F) Alkaline or lithium batteries 6 x AA Storage temperature (-40 °C to + 60 °C) (-40 °F to +140 °F) 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- 7 C-8)

Specifications LINK-4GV Photo recording Detection system Photo resolution 12 MP Motion sensor PIR File format JPG Detection angle 40° Time lapse mode Predefined intervals from 30 s to 1 h Detection range Adjustable from 5 to 100 ft Multi-shot mode Up to 6 photos per detection Trigger speed 0.07 sec Info on photos Date, time, temperature (°C/°F) and Delay between each detection Adjustable from Instant to 30 min moon phase Night time illumination system Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night LEDs 62 LEDs Video recording Flash range < 100 ft Video resolution 1280 x 720 (HD 720p) Exposure Automatic infrared level adjustment File format AVI Optical field of view Sequence lenght Adjustable from 10 to 90 s 40° Capture mode Color by day, black and white by night Dimensions Audio 4.3” W X 6.8” H X 3” D Sound recording Mono Cellular transmission (automatically recorded in video Network 4G (EV-DO) mode when rubber cap is removed) Photo transmission Wireless photo transmission to the free, Memory storage SPYPOINT LINK App with a SPYPOINT Support •Internal memory: none plan. For more information, please visit •External memory : SD/SDHC card the link below. (up to 32 GB) WWW.SPYPOINT.COM/PLANS Viewing Configuration of the camera Fully configurable remotely through Built-in screen 2.4’’ LCD the free SPYPOINT LINK App. Computer output USB 2,0 Recommandations Power source Operating temperature (-30 °C to + 50 °C) (-22 °F to +122 °F) Alkaline or lithium batteries 6 x AA Storage temperature (-40 °C to + 60 °C) (-40 °F to +140 °F) 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/ 8 LIT-C-8)

Power The battery level is shown in the bottom right corner of the screen when the camera is in TEST mode. When a single line remains,the camera will continue to take photos. However, we strongly recommend to change the AA batteries or charge the lithium battery pack before they are empty. If a video is being recorded and the battery level reaches 0%, the camera saves the file before shutting down. AA BATTERIES EXTERNAL (12V) This camera requires 6 AA batteries (1.5V). The use of This camera can also be powered by an external 12-volt DC input such as alkaline or lithium batteries is strongly recommended. a 12-volt battery (KIT-12V, BATT-12V or KIT6V/12V) or a 12-volt adapter (AD-12V), sold separately. To ensure maximum performance of the camera and prevent battery leak, we recommend the use of new batteries. Make sure to insert each battery with the correct polarity. (Negative or flat end agaist the metal spring plate) Do not mix battery type - use ALL alkaline or ALL lithium. Do not mix old and new batteries. Rechargeable AA batteries are not recommended as the lower voltage they produce can cause operational issues. SOLAR PANEL LITHIUM BATTERY PACK This camera also offers the possibility to connect a solar panel (SP-12V sold This SPYPOINT camera can be powered by a rechargeable separately) to maintain the charge of the lithium battery pack (sold sepa- lithium battery pack LIT-09/LIT-C-8 (sold separately). This rately). While installing the rechargeable lithium battery pack, the LIT-09 type of battery is less affected by cold temperatures and CHARGER option located in the GENERAL SETTINGS menu should be "On" last twice longer than an alkaline batteries. to activate the charging system of the solar panel. 9

Memory card / BUSY LED MEMORY CARD INSERTING THE MEMORY CARD A memory card is required to record photos and videos. The camera is Before inserting or removing a memory card, always turn off the camera to compatible with SD/SDHC memory cards, up to 32 GB capacity (sold prevent loss or damage of the photos already recorded. Insert an SD/SDHC separately). memory card (up to 32 GB capacity) in the card slot, gold contacts facing up. The card is inserted correctly when a click is heard. When the camera is turned on and no memory card is used, the screen displays "Insert Memory Card". 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 video resolutions are noted, see those corresponding to the camera. Note: This SPYPOINT camera is equiped with continuous file We suggest to format your SD card if it's been in another electronic device recording. When the memory card is full, the camera will continue to record to make sure you will have the maximum capacity of your memory card. photos or videos by deleting the first recorded files. REMOVING THE MEMORY CARD Lightly press the memory card into the camera once to pop it out of the slot 4 GB 8 GB 16 GB 32 GB and remove it. Photo 10 MP 1900 3800 7600 15200 BUSY LED 11 MP 1700 3400 6700 13400 The BUSY light, located below the screen, is a diagnostic tool. It lights up 12 MP 1600 3200 6300 12600 when the camera starts, when the camera records a file, in DETECTION Video TEST mode and during photo transmission. 1280 x 720 40 min 1h20 2h40 5h20 10

Settings Use the  and  buttons to navigate in the camera interface and modify the 1 Selected photo / total number of photos selection, the OK button to select and the  button to return to the previous menu. 2 The play icon indicates that this element is a video START CAMERA 3 The orange outline indicates which photo is selected Allows the user to start the camera in either, PHOTO, VIDEO or TIME LAPSE mode. When a mode is selected, the test light in front of the Viewing with the screen of the camera: camera will flash for 30 seconds and a countdown will appear on the screen When the VIEW mode is selected, the latest photos or videos recorded to allow the user to leave the area without being photographed. appear as thumbnails on the screen. Press  or  to navigate this page, and press OK to view a photo in large format. To view next or previous large NETWORK TEST photo, press  or . Press back to return to the thumbnail view. Allows the user to test the cellular network to ensure a cellular signal is available where you want to install the camera. When a large photo in opened, press OK to view the different options available: DETECTION TEST  Allows the user to test the detection system of the camera. When the DETECTION TEST mode is selected, no photo or video is recorded. Walk Play Allows the user to play or pause the video on the screen (this option is available only for videos). perpendicularly in front of the camera. When the camera detects a Zoom Allows the user to zoom in or out. movement, the test light blink to indicate that normally, a photo or video Date and time Allows the user to view the date and time printed on would have been recorded. If the system does not detect the movement, the photo. increase the detection distance using the "Sensitivity" option in the settings menu. Realigning the camera can also be required. In TEST mode, it is pos- Protect Allows the user to protect a photo or video to prevent it sible to take a photo by pressing the OK button. The photo is saved and from being deleted by selecting "Erase All". appears in the VIEW mode. Erase Allows the user to erase the photo or the video seen on the screen from the memory card. VIEW  Allows the user to view or delete recorded photos and videos on the camera screen. Erase all Allows the user to erase from the memory card all stored photos and videos, with the exception of protected files. Format Allows the user to format the memory card and delete all protected photos and videos. Exit Allows the user to exit the menu and return to the viewing screen. SETTINGS   2  Allows the user to the differents settings on the camera. From PHOTO, VIDEO, TIME LAPSE or GENERAL settings 3 1 9/9 11

Settings  PHOTO SETTINGS TIME LAPSE SETTINGS Sets the options of the PHOTO mode.  Sets the options of the TIME LAPSE mode. Recommended settings Interval: (30s/1m/3m/5m/15m/30m/1h) The camera can be configured for usage in trails. This situation usually Allows the camera to take photos at regular preset intervals. For example, presents low activity level, fast subjects and a small number of photos is if the option "5m" is selected in the TIME LAPSE mode, the camera takes expected. These settings increase the chances of capturing animals that a photo every 5 minutes even if there is no detection. This option allows follow each other. the user to obtain photos of game outside the detection range of the camera. The camera can also be configured for usage at a feeder's site. This situation usually presents high activity level, slow subjects and a large Note: The TIME LAPSE mode only applies for photos, not videos. When number of photos is expected. These settings moderate the number of the TIME LAPSE mode is selected, the DELAY option and the MULTI- photos taken while capturing overall activity on feeder's site. SHOT mode are disabled. Here is a table showing the suggested settings for each situation: VIDEO SETTINGS Trail Feeder  Delay: Sets the options of the VIDEO mode. Delay Instant 5 min (Instant/10s/1m/3m/5m/10m/15m/30m) Multi-shots 1 2-3 Allows the user to choose the time interval between each detection before the camera records the next video. A longer delay minimizes the number When these recommended settings are not adapted to the situation, of videos taken and maximizes the battery life. A shorter delay maximizes battery life can be affected. the number of videos taken but requires more battery power. The shorter times interval are recommended when the camera is used for security purposes. Delay: (Instant/10s/1m/3m/5m/10m/15m/30m) Video length: Allows the user to choose the time interval between each detection before (10s/30s/60s/90s) the camera records the next photo. A longer delay minimizes the number Allows the user to select the duration of the recording when the camera of photos taken and maximizes the battery life. A shorter delay maxi- is set in VIDEO mode. mizes the number of photos taken but requires more battery power. The shorter times interval are recommended when the camera is used for security purposes. Photo first: When this option is enabled, a photo is taken immediately before each Multi-shot: video. (1/2/3/4/5/6 consecutive shots) Takes up to 6 consecutive shots at each detection, with a 10-second Note: The file name of the photo corresponds to the digit before the delay between each photo. This option allows the user to get up to 6 video file name. For example, if the name of the photo is PICT001, the photos from different angles when the camera is in PHOTO mode. name of the video will be VID002. 12

Settings   WIRELESS SETTINGS GENERAL SETTINGS Sets the wireless options of the camera. Sets the general options of the camera. Cellular: Language: (On/Off) (English/Français/Deutsch) Allows the user to turn ON or OFF the transmission of pictures Allows the user to select a language for the camera menus. Frequency: Date format: Allows the user to choose the number of synchronizations that the camera (MM/DD/YY, DD/MM/YY) performs in a day. Allows the user to set the date as Month/Day/Year or as Day/Month/Year. First sync time: Time format: Allows the user to choose at what time of the day the camera (12H/24H) communicates for the first time. Allows the user to set to standard time or millitary time. Sim options: Date: Allows the user to unlock the SIM card with a PUK/PIN number provided by the cellular service operator. Allows the user to set the date Theft Alert: Time: (On/Off) Allows the user to set the time Enabling this feature allows you to be alerted in case of theft. You will receive a notification and a photo immediately after movement of the device. Sentitivity: (Low/Medium/High) GPS: (LINK-4G & LINK-4GV) (On/Off) Allow the user to choose the sensitivity of the motion sensor. During a synchronization, this option allows the camera to send GPS coordinates to locate the camera. The camera will only detect sources of heat in movement. Make sure to have the least possible objects in front of the camera during the positioning. This prevents the camera of taking photos when oriented towards the sun Provisioning (LINK-4GV only) while an object moves in front of the camera (e.g. a branches). Allows the camera to collect the necessary information from the Verizon cellular network, and ensures that it is able to communicate with it. 13

Settings Quality: (Normal/High) illumination modes comparison* (Night modes) Night mode: Allows the user to set the best option for photos. Allow the user to set the photo quality. optimal IR-boost blur reduction MODE MODE MODE Schedule Battery life    Allows the user to set the operation period of the camera for each day of the week. The start and stop time programmed are the hours during Flash range    which the camera is in action and records photos or videos. For example, if the user selects "3:00 AM" start time and "7:00 PM" stop time on Blur reduction    Mondays, the camera will only detect for that period of time and will stay inactive for the remaining hours. Each day has to be be configured inde- * Available for photos only pendently. Temp. units: For a 24 hour activation, the start and stop time must be 12:00 AM. These (°C/°F) hours are the basic settings of the camera. Allows the user to select the temperature display. LIT-09 charger: About the device: (On/Off) Allows the user to displays system informations Allows the user to charge the LIT-09 battery pack from an external source. - Software version number ON when: • LIT-09 + 12V power source and/or solar panel OFF when: • 6AA • LIT-09 • 12V • 6AA + 12V - Hardware version number - Model number Battery type: - Modem version (AA/LIT-09/12V) - IMEI Allows the user to select the battery type he is using to get a more precise - SIM battery level reading - Region Info on photos: (Yes/No) Factory reset: Allows the user to have date, time, temperature and moon phases printed Allows the user to restore the device to its original state. on the photos. New moon Waxing Crescent First Quarter Waxing Gibbous Full moon Waning Gibbous 14 Last Quarter Waning crescent

SPYPOINT LINK app When you will login in the SPYPOINT LINK app, it will bring you directly to STATUS the Photos tab. From there, you will be able to see right away the latest See general informations of the camera. photos received as they are sorted by date & time. LEVELS See your camera Signal strengh, Battery level, SD card space and your Posi- 1 tion with your GPS Geotag. (GPS Geotag not available on the LINK-3G) 2 GENERAL INFORMATION See your camera Model, Version, Last communication, Nb of pictures this 3 month, Temperature, Last movement and Battery type. 4 SETTINGS Modify the settings, the synchronisation frequency & others BASIC SETTINGS Mode - PHOTO 5 Set Delay, Multi-shot & Sensitivity. 1 Message menu: See important messages, app notifications, Mode - TIME LAPSE change the language & also let you logout of the app. Set Interval. 2 Camera name: Select the camera you want to view or setup. Mode - VIDEO 3 Current tab: Indicate in what tab section you currently are. Set Delay, Sensitivity, Photo first & Video length. 4 Photos: Photo list sorted by date & time. 5 Tab selection: Select the tab section you want to choose. SYNCHRONISATION SETTINGS Set Cellular transmission, First sync time & Sync frequency. WIRELESS SETUP OF THE LINK CAMERA ADVANCED OPTIONS Note that any modifactions of the settings through the app will carry over to Set the Date format, Temp. unit. & Night mode. the camera at the time of its next synch. All the settings in the App are the same one's as in the camera. If you're not sure what a setting does, please PHOTOS refer to the previous section. Let's you see your pictures by date, month and years. Also let's you share or download the photo. ACCOUNT Select the data plan and modify your profile informations. • Scroll up or down to view your photos by date. • Click on a photo to select it and see it larger. DATA PLAN □ Swipe left to see previous photo or right for the next one. Select your data plan from Annual, Annual+ or Hunting (3Months). □ Click on the arrow at the top right of the screen to share the photo on facebook. MODIFY YOUR PROFILE INFORMATION □ Swipe up or down to return to the PHOTOS tab Modify your profile like Password, Name, Address, Phone number & more. 15

Installation & Mounting bracket MOUNTING BRACKET INSTALLATION To remove the camera from the mounting bracket: Recommended installation height: The camera should be installed at the same height as the animal’s mid-body. 1. Push the tab to release the camera from the mounting bracket. 2. Remove the camera. Ideal installation for quality pictures & videos: The targeted animal should be 25 feet / 7.5m away from the camera for a 1. better field of view. To get brighter pictures at night , you should have elements in the background to reflect back the IR flash to the camera. Note that the camera should not directly be facing the sun to avoid back lighting and false detection. 2. Make sure the front of the camera is free of any obstructions. The area of installation should be cleared from branches or bushes. These could be responsible for triggering false detections when combined with heat, reflections and/or wind. Setting the sensitivity level of the camera too high can also INSTALLATION WITH THE SUPPLIED STRAP result in false detections by unwanted movement. Use the mounting bracket slot for the installation strap to fix the camera. The dimensions of the strap (included) is 1" X 60". 16

File transfer to a computer To transfer photos/videos to a computer: • Turn OFF the camera. • Remove the SD card from the camera.  • Insert the SD card into the computer slot, or use a memory card adaptor. • The computer will detect the card and install the driver automatically. For a PC For a Mac Click on "My Computer" or «This PC» on your Desktop Click the Finder icon in the Dock. Locate your device under "Removable Disk" and then click to access it. Locate your device under the Devices tab and then click to access it. Then click on "DCIM" and "100DSCIM" to find all recorded photos and Then click on "DCIM" and "100DSCIM" to find all recorded photos and videos. videos. Select the photos you want to copy. The easiest way is to select them all by Click Edit on the toolbar running along the top of the screen and then press clicking on the Home tab and the Select all on the right-hand side. (You can Select All to highlight every single images on the device. Select All is also also press Ctrl and the ‘A’ key, or click the Edit menu and choose select all achievable by pressing the ⌘ and A key simultaneously on your keyboard. in other versions of Windows) Alternatively, if you do not wish to import all, you can individually highlight Click the Copy icon on the left-hand side of the ribbon (or hold Ctrl and press the images you would like to transfer by holding ⌘ and clicking the file- C). [NOTE: If you don't want to select all photos, hold down the Ctrl key name. and click on the photos you do want to select before clicking the Copy icon] Click Edit once again and then Copy (or ⌘ and C) to copy the highlighted Navigate to the folder in which you would like to store your images, or images. create a new folder by click the New Folder button in the ribbon. (You can also press Ctrl–Shift–N together to create a new folder, or right-click in some Navigate to the folder in which you would like to store your images, or empty space in the Pictures folder and choose New, then from the next create a new folder by right-clicking and pressing CTRL simultaneously, then menu: Folder) select New Folder from the menu. Type a name for your new folder, press Enter and then double-click on the Click Edit and then Paste (or ⌘ and V) to copy your chosen images from folder to open it. your device to the selected folder. From the Home tab, choose Paste (or hold Ctrl and press V). The photos will Images may take several minutes to transfer depending on the file size and be copied into the new folder. the amount of images you are importing. Once your images have transferred, click the Eject icon situated alongside the name of your device and then unplug the device from your Mac. 17

Available accessories Lithium battery pack & charger 12V DC Power cable Steel security box Camera mount #LIT-C-8, Rechargeable lithium #CB-12FT, 12 ft power cable with #SB-PRO, Steel box to secure #MA-360, Adjustable mounting battery pack and AC charger with alligator clips at one end to connect the camera against theft. It also arm, fits all cameras that have a charge indicator light. Fits all SPY- a 12V battery to a camera. protects it from breakage caused standard ¼-20" tripod mount. It POINT cameras. by bears or other animals. Fits all can rotate 360° and tilt approx +/- 62 LED SPYPOINT cameras. 90°. Also available in black. Steel security boxes may reduce the  wireless functionalities of the product. /RFN ULTRA HIGH SPEED/ULTRA HAUTE VITESSE 16 GB Memory Card Carte Mémoire Rechargeable 12V battery, 12-volt Adaptor Cable lock SD Memory card 16GB charger & housing kit #AD-12V, AC adaptor (6V to 12V). #CL-6FT, 6  ft cable lock fits all #SD-16GB, SDHC UHS-1 memory #KIT-12V, 12-volt 7.0Ah rechar- Powers the camera from an elec- SPYPOINT cameras. card 16 GB, ultra high speed Class geable battery with a water trical outlet. 10. resistant ABS plastic case, AC charger, 12 ft power cable (#PW- An extension cable is required to 12FT) and carrying strap included. use this accessory with this Compatible with all SPYPOINT product with this camera model. products equipped with a 12V Contact SPYPOINT customer power jack. service for a free adaptor with a proof of purchase. To obtain more information on other available accessories, go to www.spypoint.com 18

Troubleshooting Problem Possible solutions Impossible to • Verify if there are batteries in the camera. No person/animal • Sunrise or sunset can trigger the sensor. Camera turn on the • Verify if the batteries are correctly installed. on photos must be re-orientated. camera • Replace alkaline batteries or recharge the lithium • At night, the motion detector may detect beyond the battery pack. range of the IR illumination. Reduce sensibility The screen of the • The camera may be set to PHOTO, TIME LAPSE or setting. camera turns off VIDEO mode and the screen turns off after a period • Small animals may trigger the unit. Reduce sensibi- of 30 seconds in order to preserve battery life. lity setting and/or raise height of camera. • The camera automatically resets itself to PHOTO, TIME • Motion detector may detect animals through foliage. LAPSE or VIDEO mode (depending of the latest mode • If a person or animal moves quickly, it may move out used or selected) after 2 minutes of inactivity on the of the camera’s field of view before the photo is main menu. taken. Move the camera further back or redirect the • To return to the screen, turn off the camera and turn camera. it on again. • Make sure the mounting post or tree is stable and does not move. The screen of • The battery level is too low. Replace alkaline the camera goes batteries or recharge the lithium battery pack. Camera take black • Verify the battery level to see if battery power is full blank and the photos / videos as the infrared flash will stop operating near the end camera does not of the battery life specialy if you're doing a video. respond. • Verify that there's something within the flash range to reflect the infrared back to the camera. The camera does • Remove the batteries and reinstall them. • If you're not sure if the infrared flash is working not respond • Replace alkaline batteries or recharge the lithium properly, test the camera in a dark room to see if battery pack. you're able to have a black & white pictures or videos. Impossible to take • Replace alkaline batteries or recharge the lithium Photos / videos • For best result, make sure the subject is within the photos / videos battery pack. appear dark at ideal flash range. Subjects may appear too dark at • Verify if the SD card is not locked. night greater distances. • Format the memory card Photos are blurry • Low lighting conditions and fast moving subjects, Red light in front • Camera is set in DETECTION TEST mode. may produce streaks on the photo, try setting the of the camera • Camera is set in PHOTO or VIDEO mode. The red "Night mode" to "BLUR reduction" to reduce the blinks light in front of the camera flashes for 30 seconds to motion blur. allow the user to leave without being photographed or recorded. The computer • Verify if the camera is properly connected to the does not computer. recognize the • Make sure the camera is turned on before camera connecting it to the computer. • Use the supplied USB cable. 19

Troubleshooting Error message Possible solutions No image The camera does not see any pictures/videos. Error: SIM locked Your SIM card is locked. • Verify if the SD card is not locked. • Contact the SPYPOINT customer service. • Verify if the memory card contains photos/videos Error: SIM locked Your SIM card is locked and require a PUK. with a computer. (PUK) • Contact the SPYPOINT customer service. Protected file The file you want to delete is protected. Error: SIM card • The camera must use the Truphone SIM card • Unprotect the photo in the View mode, then you will not supported provided with the camera. be able to delete this file. • Format the memory card to delete this file and all the Error: SIM not Your SIM card is either not activated or the cell pro- others activated vider have refused the connection • Turn off the camera and turn it on again Insert memory The use of a memory card is required to record photos • Contact the SPYPOINT customer service. card and videos. Error: No service The SIM card does not detect any signal. Error: No SIM The SIM card is missing or defective. • Move outside or get near a window and re-run it a card • Turn off the camera and turn it on again few times if need be to get all the informations from • Remove the SIM card and insert it again. Carefully the cell network. insert a micro SIM card in the micro SIM card slot ( on the component diagram), with the 450 corner first and Error: Modem There has been a communication problem between the the gold contact area facing down. The card is inserted camera and the modem. correctly when a click is heard. • Turn off the camera and turn it on again 0 45 Error: SIM card The SIM card is defective. • Turn off the camera and turn it on again • Remove the SIM card and insert it again. 20

Warranty & Repair LIMITED WARRANTY INSTRUCTIONS FOR REPAIR SERVICE This SPYPOINT product designed by GG Telecom, is covered by a one (1) GG Telecom will repair the product or replace it at its discretion with an year warranty on material and workmanship starting from the original date equivalent product without charge if covered by the warranty described of purchase. The sales receipt is the client’s proof of purchase and must be previously. The shipping fees for an item sent will be assumed by the presented if warranty service is needed. This warranty will be honored in the customer. GG Telecom will then pay for the return of the product covered country of purchase only. by the warranty. This GG Telecom warranty does not apply: (a) to consumable parts, inclu- For a product not covered by the warranty, the repair will be subject to a ding but not limited to batteries, which performance is designed to decrease reasonable charge and the customer will also assume all shipping costs. over the course of time; (b) to damage caused by misuse, use with another product, neglect, accidents, liquid contact, fire, earthquake or any other ex- IMPORTANT: Under no circumstances will GG Telecom accept returned ternal cause; (c) to GG Telecom products that have been purchased online products without a RMA number. (Return Material Authorization) It is from an unauthorized dealer; (d) to products that have had any modification essential to contact GG Telecom before making a return. or tampering; (e) to cosmetic damage including but not limited to scratches and broken plastic; (f) to damage caused by operating the GG Telecom pro- 1. Before sending a product for repair, please contact GG Telecom duct outside of GG Telecom’s recommendations. technical support team at 1-888-779-7646 or [email protected] as most issues can be solved over the phone or by mail. 2. If a product needs to be sent, an RMA number will be given to autorize the return of the product and for future reference. 3. The original receipt or a copy must be sent along with the package. 4. The RMA number must be written on the outside of the package and sent to: CANADA United States GG Telecom GG Telecom 120 J.Aurèle-Roux 555 VT route 78 Victoriaville, QC Swanton, Vermont G6T 0N5 05488 The customer is liable for loss or damage to the product that may occur during the transport to GG Telecom. We recommend the use of a traceable method of shipping to ensure protection. WWW.SPYPOINT.COM 21

Regulations 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. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 22