DENVER WCM-8010MK2 (01) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: DENVER WCM-8010MK2 Wild kamera Quick Start Guide Overview

1) 2 inch color LCD Display 2) Shot button 3) OK button 4) Power Switch 5) USB connector 6) Micro SD card slot(not inclu) 7) Replay button The camera has 3 basic operation modes: 1. OFF mode: Power switch is at OFF position. 2. ON mode: Power switch is at ON position. 3. TEST mode: Power switch is at TEST position. 8)Menu button 9)Left button 10)Up button 11)Down button 12)Right button 13)Microphone 14)SIM card slot(not inclu)

In the above three modes, the OFF mode is the specified safe mode when replacing the microSD or batteries and transporting the camera. A. There are 3 modes under system setting for your selection. a. Camera It only takes photos at a time. b. it only takes videos at a time. c. Camera &Video. It takes photo firstly, then takes videos. B. There are also 2 ways to take photos or videos. a. Manually to press the SHOT button After sliding power switch to ‘TEST’, without any menu on the screen, press Shot to take photos or videos. b. Automatically After sliding power switch to ON, the LED blinks 15s, then the camera takes photos or videos when the movement is detected. C. To view the photos or videos on the camera, please turn off the camera, slide power switch to Test, press OK button to enter view model. a. Photos viewing Press up or down button to view the previous of next photo. b. Videos viewing Press Replay button to start the video, press Replay button again to stop. Note: Press OK to return to screen. D. Please note that this is not an error with the Camera: Heavy rain, fog and drizzle (in the dark) will give white photos without motive E. Sending image via 2G/GSM/MMS/GPRS Preparation 1. 2G/GSM Mobile Operator Service. 2. Format 2GB+ microSD card. 3. Computer (Vista, Windows 7, windows 8 system). 4. One SIM card without PIN lock 5. The SIM card should be able to send images via 2G/GSM/ GPRS/MMS network. 6. 12V power(8 AA Batteries, or 12V input power supply). 7. MMSCONFIG Program in CD. 8. Users need to ask the provider 2G MMS data (APN+account+password, MMSC+IP+PORT) or find this info on providers homepage. 9. 2G GPRS data for SMTP setting from provider (APN+account+password). 10.Sender Email server info (server+port+email+password). MMS Setting Steps 1. Insert microSD card and SIM to camera,put batteries in cam, then turn camera to test mode,check there are signal bar and ''SIM'' on the camera screen. Then connect the camera to the PC with the included USB cable. insert CD to computer, open and then double click 2.Choose or in Go to table, select 3. Insert and 4. Fill in and or 5. Go to , choose 6. Click button and save as Parameter.dat to microSD card. 7. Plug USB cable from camera. 8. Go to in camera menu, check the sub setting is the same with above setting. 9. Turn camera to on mode GPRS Setting Steps 1. Insert microSD card and SIM to camera, put batteries in cam. then turn camera to test mode, check there are signal bar and ''SIM'' on the camera screen. Then connect the camera to the PC with the included USB cable. Insert CD to computer, open and then double click . 2. Choose or , Go to table, select 3. Insert all 4. Fill in sender email info in and 5. Go to table,choose 6. Click button and save as Parameter.dat to microSD card. 7. Plug USB cable from camera. 8. Go to in cam menu, check the subsetting is the same with above setting. 9. Turn camera to on mode. F. SMS Command List MMS/SMTP need to be set ‘on' mode before using thes sms command 1 *500* take picture (can work in both mms and smtp mode) SIM in camera will send picture to the phone you set in parameter when received *500* command 2. *505* take picture and send to the mobile who sends sms sim in camera will send picture to inserted Mobile ID and/or email when got* 505* Command, no matter MMS or smtp mode. But sim will send images via MMS to the mobile who sends SMS when camera only in MMS mode 3.*520* check the picture quantity and battery status (can work in both MMS and SMTP mode) SIM will send Total Jpg: Free Space: Battery Level: when recieve *520* command 4. *530* turn on sensor (can work in both MMS and SMTP mode) SIM will send Start OK when recieve *530* command 5. *531* turn sensor to sleeping mode (can work in both MMS and SMTP mode) SIM will send Stop OK when recieve *531* comman Please notice - All products are subject to change without any notice. We take reservations for errors and omissions in the manual. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, COPYRIGHT DENVER ELECTRONICS A/S Electric and electronic equipment and included batteries contains materials, components and substances that can be hazardous to your health and the environment, if the waste material (discarded electric and electronic equipment and batteries) is not handled correctly. Electric and electronic equipment and batteries is marked with the crossed out trash can symbol, seen below. This symbol signifies that electric and electronic equipment and batteries should not be disposed of with other household waste, but should be disposed of separately. As the end user it is important that you submit your used batteries to the approriate and designated facility. In this manner you make sure that the batteries are recycled in accordance with legislature and will not harm the environment. All cities have established collection points, where electric and electronic equipment and batteries can either be submitted free of charge at recycling stations and other collection sites, or be collected from the households. Additional information is available at the technical department of your city. Hereby, Inter Sales A/S declares that the radio equipment type WCM-8010 is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: denver-electronics.com and then click the search ICON on topline of website. Write modelnumber: WCM-8010.Now enter product page, and red directive is found under downloads/other downloads Operating Frequency Range: 850-1900MHz Max Output Power: 2W DENVER ELECTRONICS A/S Omega 5A, Soeften 8382 Hinnerup Denmark facebook.com/denverelectronics


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