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iCreation CL-3231 Video Doorbell User Manual

Prior To Use

Congratulations

… on purchasing our high quality product, Please read the manual carefully before installing your system and follow all of the directions to ensure proper installation.

Safety Precautions

To reduce the risk of electrical shock and injury, please follow these basic safety precautions before using the product.

  1. Carefully read and observe the instructions in this manual.
  2. Follow all warnings marked on the unit.
  3. The time and date must be reset whenever batteries are replaced.
  4. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning, then use a damp cloth to wipe. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
  5. Do not place objects on the line cord that may cause damage.
  6. Placing the Camera near metal can affect the range and signal quality to the Receiver. Test before mounting.
  7. Pay attention to the polarity of the batteries, insert the rechargeable batteries in accordance with polarity symbols (this instruction is found in the installing batteries section.)
  8. Keep out of reach of children.
  9. Use only in the described manner.
  10. Stop using if it becomes damaged.

 

Introduction

  • Supports up to 4 Cameras
  • 3.5″ (320×240) QVGA LCD display
  • Video resolution: 320 .x 240., with 25 frames per second
  • Wide angle lens and LED for night vision
  • Long standby doorbell (battery life up to 2 years or connect with DC+12V)
  • Waterproof Camera IP55
  • Microphone and speakerphone
  • Brightness and audio volume are adjustable
  • Crystal clear sound quality
  • Shaker function(Optional)
  • Zooming
  • Replay key
  • Transmitting distance : with up to 200m range out of doors
  • Transmitting distance : with up to 50m range indoors
  • Remote door opening ( Optional)
  • DIY installation to save high labor cost

Unpacking

Once you have unpacked your product, make .sure that all the parts shown below are available. If any pieces are missing or broken, please promptly call your dealer.

  1. Charger
  2. Receiver
  3. Camera
  4. Rain cover A(short)
  5. Rain cover B(long)
  6. Battery box
  7. Rechargeable Ni-NH battery pack(Receiver)
  8. Rubber gasket
  9. Coyer plate
  10. User’s Manual
  11. Adapter(6V, 300mA)
  12. Screwdriver
  13. Screws

 

Layout

Camera

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Receiver

4a.jpg

Charger

4b.jpg

Screwdriver

The screwdriver is double ends, you can replace it according to your needs.

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Installing Batteries

Receiver

The rechargeable Ni-MH batteries (AAA size, 3.6V, 800mAh) come with your receiver. Install the batteries before use.

  1. 7.jpg Plug the Rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack into the battery compartment.
  2. To replace the battery cover, slide the cover up until it snaps in place.

Notes:

  • The batteries need to be replaced if they don’t recover their full storage capacity after recharging.
  • When replacing the batteries, always use some good quality Ni-MH battery.

Camera

  1. Install four LR6(AA) 1.5V alkaline batteries (not supplied) into the battery box, matching correct polarity(+,-), drill four screws.
  2. If you want to use the battery box, plug the battery box to the Camera.

8a.jpg

Notes:

  • Reversing the orientation may damage the Camera.
  • When replacing the batteries, always use good quality alkaline batteries.

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Install the rubber gasket on the Camera when the battery box is not in use.

 

Charging Receiver

Important Note:

  • Before initial operation, YOU SHOULD FULLY CHARGE THE RECEIVER for about 15 hours. To charge the receiver, you should place it on the charger.

 

Installation Instruction

Camera

  • Choose a proper location for the Camera. Be sure to consider the average height of visitors.
  • Install the rain cover with the holes in the wall from three different angles (Picture 1 ), then line up the rain cover using the provided mounting level.
  • Install the Camera into the rain cover.
  • Drill holes and mount.

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Notes:

  • Using the Rain cover A when the Camera is not installed the battery box.
  • Using the Rain cover B when the Camera is installed the battery box.

Receiver

If you prefer to mount the receiver on the wall:

  1. Install the two self-tappi.ng screws at a distance of 45mm from each other and located on a horizontal line.
  2. Slowly slide the unit down until it snaps into place.

10a.jpg

Receiver 10b.jpg

Connect the modular end of the AC power adapter to the power jack of the charger, then plug the AC adapter into a standard AC wall outlet.

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Notes:

  • Avoid locating near electrical appliances, TV or a cordless phone for best signal performance.
  • Ideal location is a central place with minimal obstructions.
  • A pop up antenna is available to enhance the signal should it be needed.

 

Receiver Display

The figure shows the regular display that appears when the receiver is activated from standby mode.

  1. Battery charge condition.of the receiver
  2. During a call
  3. Low battery condition of the Camera (if batteries are inserted)
  4. Signal. strength of the Camera
  5. Zooming
  6. Reject the call
  7. The plug icon appears when the Camera is powered with 12VDC instead of batteries.
  8. Number of the Camera(1#)

11.jpg

 

Diagram For Lock Installations

Normally Open lock

12a.jpg

Normally Closed lock

12b.jpg 12c.jpg

After the connection, install the cover plate to the camera.

Notes:

Due to power consumption, it is recommended to use the permanent power supply method instead of batteries when frequently using monitoring function or motion detector. Do not to use the batteries and the power supply at the same time.

 

Operations

Turning On / Off

To turn the receiver on, press and hold phone sign.jpg .

To turn the receiver off, press and hold phone sign.jpg .

Register a New Camera

Notes:

The Camera and the Receiver are already registered together as supplied in as a set. These instructions are for adding up to 3 more Cameras.

Press menu sign.jpg on the Receiver, then select the Register add device sign.jpg .

Press the Call button of the Camera, then using a small object, hold the Register key on the back of the Camera until the LED light blinks. When a prompt tone is heard, the Camera has been registered to the Receiver successfully.

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The Receiver can support up to 4 Cameras.

  1. When you have registered one Camera, the register interface will display as follows: 14a.jpg
  2. When you have registered 4 Cameras, the register interface will display as follows: 14b.jpg

Monitor

The receiver can monitor the video feed from the Camera by pressing and holding camera icon.jpg . If there is one Camera, the receiver will display 1 #Monitor. If there are more than 1 Cameras, the Monitor can be by pressing Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose the Monitor and select by menu sign.jpg beneath Select.

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Video Doorbell Operation

When the button is pressed on the Camera, the Receiver rings and a video image of the visitor appears on the Receiver.

  • To decline press phone sign.jpg to cancel the ring and video feed .
  • To answer press answer sign.jpg to conduct a video conversation.
  • To zoom in on the video feed, press and hold camera icon.jpg .
  • Press phone sign.jpg to end the conversation.

Notes:

  • The video conversation will automatically end after 2 minutes.
  • The video feed will automatically end after 5 minutes.

Shaker function (Optional)16.jpg

Simply plugging the shaker into the jack on the right of the charger, the shaker function will be activated.

When the button is pressed on the Camera, the shaker will vibrate.

Notes:

The shaker is not included in the standard packing.

 

 

Notification Light

When the button is pressed on the Camera, the notification light on the Call button will light brighten and darken gradually.

Unlocking

During a conversation, to unlock the door, press lock sign.jpg on the receiver.

light Sensor

LEDs will light the caller when the ambient light becomes too low.

Do Not Disturb Mode

if you press and hold phone sign.jpg for 3 seconds the communication between the Receiver and the Camera will discontinue for 5 minutes. Then, the connection will resume and operate as normal.

Menu Functions

Date & Time

  1. Press menu sign.jpg to display the main menu items.
  2. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose clock sign.jpg beneath then press menu sign.jpg beneath Select.
  3. To set the time, press Left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg to choose the Hour or the Minute, and press the Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to adjust.
  4. To select the date, press left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg to choose the Year or the Month or the Day, and press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to adjust.
  5. Press menu sign.jpg beneath Save to save the settings and return to the previous menu.

Notes:

  • The time format is 24-hour format and the date format is YY-MM-DD.
  • The Date & Time must be set to ensure that the time displayed on the monitoring pictures are correct.
  • When you replace batteries, you must set the time and the date again.
  • The Date & Time setting order is Hour Minutes Year Month Day.

Volume

There are 9 levels to adjust call volume.

  1. If no video call is active, press Left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg adjust the volume.
  2. If a call is in progress, press menu sign.jpg to display the main menu items.
  3. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose volume sign.jpg , then press menu sign.jpg beneath Select.
  4. Press Left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg to select the volume. Each time you press Left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg , the receiver sounds with the selected volume.
  5. Press lock sign.jpg beneath Back to save the settings and return to the previous menu.

Brightness

There are 9 levels to adjust brightness on the Receiver.

  1. If no video call is active, press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to adjust the brightness.
  2. If a call is in progress, press menu sign.jpg to display the main menu items.
  3. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose brightness sign.jpg , then press menu sign.jpg beneath Select.
  4. Press Left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg to select the light level that you like. Each time you press Left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg , the receiver displays with the selected light level.
  5. Press lock sign.jpg beneath Back to save the settings and return to the previous menu.

Key Tone

Receiver key feedback can be silenced.

  1. Press menu sign.jpg to display the main menu items.
  2. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose select sign.jpg , then press menu sign.jpg beneath Select.
  3. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose On or Off to enable or disable the function.
  4. Press menu sign.jpg beneath Save to save the settings and return to the previous menu.

Snap Setting

The unique Snap Shot function records up to 50 photos of any visitors whether you are there or not To get Auto Snap, set it up in the receiver as follow.

  1. Press menu sign.jpg beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
  2. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose snapshot sign.jpg , then press menu sign.jpg beneath Select.
  3. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose 1 Photo, 2 Photos, 3 Photos and Off to enable or disable the function.
  4. Press menu sign.jpg beneath Save to save the settings and return to the previous menu.

With Auto Snap On, the camera will take photos of visitor automatically.

If you have unreviewed photos, the backlight on the lock sign.jpg key will be on.

Notes:

  • During a conversation, save a photo by pressing the Snap key.
  • While monitoring an Camera a photo can be saved by pressing the Snap key.
  • Up to 50 photos can be stored. When full, the oldest photo will be deleted why a new one is taken.

Snap Show

You can save or delete the recorded photos under this menu. The Camera’s number will also be displayed on the upper left of the photo.

  1. Press menu sign.jpg to display the main menu items.
  2. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose play sign.jpg , then press menu sign.jpg beneath Select.
  3. Press Left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg to browse pictures.
  4. If you want to delete a photo, use Left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg to choose the photo you want to delete, then press menu sign.jpg the beneath Del. The display will show Delete?, press lock sign.jpg beneath Yes to confirm. Then the LCD will show the next photo.
  5. Press lock sign.jpg beneath Back to return to the previous menu.

Notes:

Also, you can press lock sign.jpg key to play the photos in the standby mode.

Reset to Factory Default

  1. Press menu sign.jpg beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
  2. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose loop sign.jpg , then press menu sign.jpg beneath Select.
  3. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to choose Yes or No to enable or disable the function.
  4. Press menu sign.jpg beneath Save to save the settings

Result: After resetting, the receiver will return to standby mode.

Notes:

If you reset the receiver to the factory default, all of the settings will return to the factory default and you will lose any custom settings made.

 Engineering Mode

Delete a Registered Camera25a.jpg

  1. Press and hold the answer sign.jpg and lock sign.jpg at the same time about 5 seconds in standby mode, then the display will show as follows:
  2. After 5 seconds, it will exit automatically.

 

25b.jpg

 

 

Change the Unlock Time

  1. Press and hold the answer sign.jpg and menu sign.jpg at the same time about 5 seconds in standby mode, then the display will show as follows:
  2. Press Left left sign.jpg or Right right sign.jpg to select the Camera.
  3. Press Up up signal.jpg or Down down signal.jpg to select the unlock time(1-25 are selectable), then press the Right soft key lock sign.jpg to confirm, the display will show OK.
  4. After 5 seconds, it will exit automatically.

 

Technical Specification

Camera

Item Detail
Transmit Frequency Range 2.400G H~2 .4835G Hz
Data Rate 2.0Mbps
Transmitting Power 19dBm (TYP)
Modulation Type GFSK
Tran·smitting Distance Outdoor:200m, lndoor:50m
Image Sensor Type 1/4 ” Color CMOS Image Sensor
Effective Pixels 320 * 240
Image Processing Motion JPEG
Image Resolution / Frame Rate 320 * 240 /25fps
White Balance Auto
Lens 2.1 mm/F2.6mm
Viewing Angle (Diagonal) 135°
Minimum Illumination 1 LUX (without LED illumination)
LED 6 LEDs
Power Requirement DC+12V /4X LR6(AA) 1.5V alkaline batteries
Power Consumption 500mA Max (cells),400mA Max (+12V DC)
Operating Temperature -30°C~40°C
Operating Humidity 0%~85%RH

Receiver

Item Detail
Receiving Frequency Range 2 .400GHz~2 .4835G Hz
Monitor 3.5″Color LCD
Data Rate 2.0Mbps
Receiving Sensitivity -90dBm
Demodulation Type GFSK
Resolution 320*240(RGB)
Transmitting Power 19dBm(TYP)
Power Requirement Ni-MH 3.6V, 800mAh
Power Consurnption 400mA Max
Operating Temperature -10°C~40°C
Operating Humidity 0%~85%RH
No. of Cameras Supported Max.4

*Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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