Wireless Cameras and Monitors

Wireless Home Monitor: SD card compatibility requirements

Most major brands of SD cards are compatible with Wireless Home Monitors. SD card requirements: Minimum and maximum compatible card size will vary by model. Ensure your SD / microSD...

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Wireless Home Monitor: SD card issues

If the SD card inserted in the Wireless Home Monitor no longer overwrites, file overwrite may have been disabled. The file overwrite icon () will display on...

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Wireless Home Monitor: SD card not detected

When an SD card is inserted an SD icon () should display on the Live View of the Wireless Home Monitor. If the SD card is not inserted...

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Wireless Home Monitor: Skype not answering calls or showing cameras

Some Wireless Home Monitors can be connected to Skype to answer calls or view cameras. Before troubleshooting, refer to your user manual to ensure that your monitor is compatible with Skype.

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Wireless Home Monitor: Touch screen / buttons not responding

Some Wireless Home Monitors do not support the touch screen function. Before troubleshooting this issue, ensure your model supports touch screen functionality by referring to your user manual. Click here for...

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Wireless Home Monitor: Viewing and recording modes

There are three recording modes available on the Wireless Home Monitor systems: manual, motion, and scheduled recording. There are four different viewing modes available on the system: Single-Channel Live View, Auto Sequence...

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Wireless Home Monitor: Windows smartphone

At this time, there are no applications for a Windows Phone that can be used to connect to and view a Wireless Home Monitor system. However, you can connect to and view...

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Wireless Security Cameras: Camera not turning on

Wireless cameras do not have an internal battery and must be plugged in with a power adapter (included) to function. If your wireless camera is not turning on, it may be related...

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Wireless Security Cameras: Frequently Asked Questions and benefits

Before purchasing a wireless camera be sure that wireless cameras are the right system for your needs. IMPORTANT: Wireless camera means there is no cord between the camera and the receiver....

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Wireless Security Cameras: Live View frozen

If your wireless IP camera Live View is frozen, it may be related to your power source, the range between your cameras and DVR / NVR system, or wireless signal interference. ...

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