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Video to USB adapter, Model VA11A
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT: Use of the VA11A Video to USB adapter requires Windows 95 OSR 2.1 with USB support, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, or Windows XP. Note: You might need to have your Windows CD handy, in case Windows needs to install additional components. DO NOT plug the VA11A USB adapter into your PC until you install the X10 software. 1. Download the desired X10 software from: www.x10.com/software 2. Run the installation program. Select the directory where the software will be installed, and follow the on screen instructions. 3. When the installation program instructs you to plug in the USB adapter, plug the VA11A into your USB port. Your computer will recognize that new hardware has been connected and will complete the installation. 4. Plug an XCam camera or Video Receiver (both sold separately) into the VA11A as per their instructions.
F.C.C. CAUTION - 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. NOTE: NO CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS MAY BE MADE TO THE UNITS. ANY CHANGES MADE TO THE UNITS WILL VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
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VIDEO TELEPHONY SYSTEM
INCLUDES VANGUARD PAN/TILT/ZOOM CAMERA (XC21A) REMOTE CONTROL (CR15A), WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER (CM19A), AND VIDEO CAPTURE DEVICE (VA11A)
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The are several ways to make an IP phone call over the Internet. You connect a USB microphone to your PC and use your PCs speakers to talk to and listen to a person at the other location. Several of these services also support video so that you can connect a webcam to your PC and perform Video Telephony. X10 has taken this application a step further. X10s Vanguard camera is a premier CCD camera with Pan, Tilt, and Zoom capability. It is also wirelessly remote controllable. X10s Video Telephony software application which works with the Vanguard camera, lets you to pan and tilt the camera, and zoom in on an image, from a remote PC over the Internet, from anywhere in the world. The software integrates seamlessly with whatever IP telephony application you prefer to use (Skype, Yahoo Messenger with Voice, Live Messenger, AIM, etc.). Furthermore, the really unique thing is that X10s Video Telephony application pans and tilts the camera over its entire horizontal and vertical field of view and the software automatically stitches the images it sees together to form a horizontal and vertical panoramic image of Your World. You could capture and store an image of an entire parking lot, your entire back yard and swimming pool, your entire living room area, etc. You can do this locally or remotely over the Internet. You can then select a specific area of Your World by dragging a selection box over that part of the image and the camera moves right to that point, and can even zoom right in on it. This owners manual will take you through setting up and using the camera. A new world of sophisticated Video Telephony is waiting for you!
Introduction... 2 Basic Camera Setup... 4 Basic Camera Operation... 7 Setting Up the Video Telephony Software and Components. 8 Using the Software... 10 Connecting to the X10 Network.. 12 Changing Settings... 13 Using the Software with Skype.. 15 Using the Software with Yahoo Messenger with Voice. 17 Using the Software with MSN Live Messenger.. 20 Using the Software with AIM Video Instant Messenger. 23 Remote Control Features... 26 Storing/Selecting/Changing Positions.. 26 Clearing Positions... 27 Focus Controls... 27 Iris Controls... 27 Additional Setup Options... 28 Mounting the Camera... 28 Picture Orientation... 29 Multi-Camera Systems... 30 Advanced Setup Options... 32 Changing the Housecode.. 32 Changing Camera Unit Codes.. 32 Recording the camera with a VCR.. 33 Advanced On Screen Menu Options.. 34 Starlight Mode... 37 Troubleshooting... 46 Home Control... 51 3
BASIC CAMERA SETUP
Your Video Telephony System is ready to go out of the box! Follow these steps for a quick setup of your new camera. Unpack these items. Connect the camera to power.
Basic Camera Setup
Plug the cameras power supply into a standard wall outlet. Plug the other end into the camera. Remove the protective cover from the cameras lens.
Insert batteries into the remote.
You should have: the camera and its power supply; the camera remote; the camera mounting bracket, and the screws to install the bracket; a Wireless Transceiver; and a Video Capture Device. A wireless video receiver, and its video cable and power supply is also required if you want to use the camera wirelessly.
Remove the battery cover and put four (4) AAA batteries into the camera remote. Make sure to match the batteries to the + and marks inside the battery case. 5
REGISTER THE REMOTE
Normally the default setting for the camera is such that button C1 on the Remote Control will control it. Try moving the camera with the remote (see next page). If the remote can make the camera move, then no further set up is required. If the remote does not control the camera, set the switch on the bottom of the camera to Program and then press button C1 on the remote. Then move the switch back to Transmit Disable. The remote should now control the camera. (You can press buttons C2, C3, and C4 to control other cameras, which is explained later in this manual). The X10 Camera can be used with an optional Wireless Receiver, but in this application we are using a direct connection to your PC. So you should set the switch on the bottom of the camera to Transmit Disable.
BASIC CAMERA OPERATION
Once you have the camera set up, you can control it with the included remote. Try this before you proceed to set up the software and connect the camera to your PC. Its easy to get started. Heres how you use the remote to control the camera: Select the camera
Press C1 to select the camera.
Move the camera
Use the arrow buttons to turn the camera left or right (called panning) and up or down (called tilting).
When you move the camera, you may need to press Autofocus to bring your subject into focus.
Select Transmit Disable.
Press Center, to move the camera back to its starting position
Press Zoom In to zoom closer to your subject and see more detail. Press Zoom Out to see a bigger area.
SETTING UP THE VIDEO TELEPHONY SOFTWARE AND COMPONENTS
Make sure you have the VA11A and CM19A handy so you can plug them into your PC when the installation program instructs you to do so. 1. Install the software from the download link you received in the e-mail when you purchased the product. The software installation process also installs the driver for X10s VA11A Video Capture Device, and CM19A Wireless Transceiver. 2. Plug the USB end of the VA11A Video Capture Device into your PC (wait until the installation program asks you to connect it).
4. Install the CM19A RF Transceiver by plugging the USB cable from it into an available USB slot on your PC. (Run the software before you plug the CM19A into your PC). The CM19A is used by the PC to send wireless control signals to the camera.
The photo below shows all the components connected up. You could of course use a desktop PC instead of a laptop, and in practice you should locate the CM19A and VA11A as far away from your PC as their cables allow to prevent them from picking up any interference from the PC.
3. Connect the other end (the yellow connector) to the camera using the video cable supplied.
The VA11A connects the camera to the PC
The CM19A sends wireless control signals to the camera
USING THE SOFTWARE
Run the software by using the entry in your Windows Start Menu, or double-click the icon on your desktop to open the program. When the program opens you see the cameras image in its own window, complete with virtual navigation pan and tilt arrows translucently overlaid on top of the video. You can click on the controls to pan, tilt and zoom either your local camera, or the remote callers camera.
Local Video. Initiates a complete horizontal and vertical scan of Your World. Connects to X10s Camera Service Change camera settings. Remote Video. Move this box to where you want the camera to move to (or click anywhere in the window). You can even click and get the camera to keep panning past the image on the screen to show more of the image. Zooms in/out on the image. Pan and Tilt controls. Centers the camera.
Controlling the Camera
Creating Your World View Clear the room of people (yourself included), pets, and any objects you dont want seen in the WorldView. Click the Scan button in the software window, as seen below. After approximately four minutes the scan will be complete and your WorldView will be captured. Note there will be fairly long pauses during the scan as the camera reaches each point in its 3-pass scan, so youll need to be patient an not think that it has stopped.
Note, as features are added to the software this screen might include more setup options and therefore may differ from what you see above. Click on the Worldmap tab to save or load a Worldmap after a previous scan, and/or to select whether you want to set the software to continuously update your World Map scan.
Click on the Picture tab to change the Brightness, Contrast, etc., for the video image.
USING THE X10 SOFTWARE WITH VIDEO TELEPHONY SOFTWARE
You can use the X10 Video Telephony software with a variety of Video Telephony applications. In most cases all you need to do is select the X10 camera as the source in your Video Telephony application. Weve included some details here on how to do this with some of the most popular applications (Skype, Yahoo Messenger with Voice, MSN Live Messenger, and AOLs AIM Video Instant Messenger).
USING THE X10 SOFTWARE WITH SKYPE
To install the latest version of Skype, go to the URL below and follow the setup instructions. http://www.skype.com/download After you have installed Skype, lets preview your camera with it. First youll need to go to Tools and then Options.
If the X10 software is installed in both locations and both PCs are connected on-line, the Options Tab also shows Picture Controls for the remote PC:
Next, select Video (BETA) and choose X10 Video Telephony from the drop down menu under Select Webcam option.
USING THE X10 SOFTWARE WITH YAHOO MESSENGER WITH VOICE
To install the latest version of Yahoo Messenger with Voice, go to the URL below and follow the setup instructions. http://messenger.yahoo.com After you have installed your Yahoo Messenger with Voice, lets preview your camera with it. To preview your camera, you will need to go to Messenger and then My Webcam. You then see your camera image displayed within the Yahoo window. Whether you see an image or not in the Yahoo window, go to the next step below.
Click the Test Webcam button. Youll see your camera image previewed within the Skype Webcam Test window, as well as another image previewed within the X10 Video Telephony window. The X10 window may directly overlay the Skype window in some instances. It is easy to distinguish between the 2 preview panes - the X10 window displays virtual pan and tilt control arrows while the Skype window does not. Click on the Close button in the Skype Webcam Test window and both preview panes close. Last, click on the Save button in the Skype Options tab for Video (BETA). Note that in the Video (BETA) tab you can also select to Start my Video Automatically when you are in a call. Also, you can choose your preferences to Automatically receive video from No one, People in my Contact List, or Anyone Who I allow to call me.
On the Yahoo My Webcam window, Click on File and then Preferences. The Yahoo Messenger with Voice Preferences window then displays. Click on the Camera Source button.
You now see a preview of the camera in one window, as well the camera image displayed within the Yahoo My Webcam window. It is easy to distinguish between the 2 preview panes - the X10 window displays virtual pan and tilt control arrows while the Yahoo window does not. Click OK in the Yahoo Messenger with Voice Preferences window and you are ready to go. Note that there is a Broadcast and a Pause button in the Yahoo My Webcam window - to display Live Video in a Video Call, you will need to ensure that you are in Broadcast Mode by clicking the Broadcast button. If you want to pause video, simply click on Pause
Next, select X10 Video Telephony from the Camera Source Dropdown Menu and click the OK button in it.
USING THE X10 SOFTWARE WITH MSN LIVE MESSENGER
To install the latest version of MSN Live Messenger, click on the link below and follow the setup instructions. http://get.live.com/messenger/overview After you have installed your MSN Live Messenger, lets preview your camera with it. To preview your camera, you will need to go to Tools and then Audio/ Video Setup.
MSN Live Messenger
The next screen lets you preview the expected sound if you are using headphones or speakers by selecting the head phones box (or not) and clicking on Play.
Next, youll need to click Next after ensuring you have followed the instructions when prompted.
In Step 2, you can preview the audio with the microphone you have selected.
USING THE X10 SOFTWARE WITH AOL AIM VIDEO INSTANT MESSENGER
To install the latest version of AIM Pro Messenger, click on the link below and follow the setup instructions. http://aimpro.premiumservices.aol.com After you have installed your AIM Pro Messenger, lets get ready to make a video call with it. Note - there is no way currently to preview your camera in AIM. First, you will need to Find a contact or add someones e-mail address you know to your Buddies List. When you have done so, double-click on the person you wish to conference with in your Buddies list. Once you have done so, the IM with Buddies window opens.
In Step 3, you will see a preview of your camera in one window, as well the camera image displayed within the MSN window. Ensure that you have selected X10 Video Telephony from the Select the Webcam you would like to use dropdown menu. Again, it is easy to distinguish between the 2 preview panes - the X10 window displays virtual pan and tilt control arrows while the MSN window does not. Click on the Finish button when you are done.
AIM Video Instant Messenger
From this window, select the Edit and then Video Settings tab, which displays both Audio and Video options. Within the AIM Video Call Window, you should see your buddys video image. Also, you should see the time the invitation was sent to your friend, and the time they joined the video conference is displayed. You have the options within this window to pause video, mute audio, type messages, engage in voice conversation, or end the call. Next, you can edit your video preferences from the Video Settings window. Select X10 Video Capture, VA11A Version 2.5 as the Capture Device from the drop down menu. If the only choice you see from the Capture drop down is default device, then select that. Now select the device you want to send and receive audio with, from the Audio In Device and Audio Out Device drop down menus. Tip: Many people like to use the particular headsets they have installed on their computers for both of these options.
If you have any problems with Audio or Video not playing properly, please go to the AIM Pro Support site by selecting Help and then AIM Pro Support from the Help tab drop down menu.
REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES
Your Vanguard Camera includes many versatile and powerful features. This section will show you how to get the most from your camera.
Remote Control Features
Clearing Stored Positions
You can delete all stored positions. Heres how: 1. Press and release C1. 2. Press and hold Setup until the C1 button lights green. 3. Press Center. 4. Press Setup again.
Your Vanguard Camera can remember nine locations, including vertical/ horizontal positions, and zoom settings.
Storing a Position
You can store up to nine positions in your camera. Heres how: 1. Press and release C1. 2. Press and hold the Setup button on your remote control until the C1 button lights green. 3. Move the camera to the position you want to store. Press Autofocus to set the focus for that position. 4. Press the number button (1 through 9) on the remote to store the position under that button. 5. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each position you want to store. 6. When finished, press Setup to save the positions you entered.
In addition to the auto focus feature, you can control the focus of the camera manually. Press the focus buttons, Up or Down, to adjust the focus. Use this feature to improve the picture after auto focus, or to adjust the focus of a specific object in the cameras view.
The cameras iris controls the amount of light that enters the lens. The camera automatically adjusts the iris when it focuses so that it has the right amount of light for your subject. If you want to brighten the picture, press the Iris Up button to open the iris wider and let more light in. To limit the amount of light in the picture, press Iris Down to close the iris more.
Once youve stored positions in the camera, press the desired number button on the remote to move to that position. If you press Sweep, the camera will automatically switch through all the positions youve stored. Press any of the movement buttons on the remote to stop the camera from sweeping.
Changing Stored Positions
You can store new positions over positions youve already stored, by following the instructions above. Just store the new position using a button that you programmed before.
ADDITIONAL SETUP OPTIONS
Mounting the Camera
You can install the Vanguard Camera using the supplied mounting bracket. To install the bracket, use the supplied screws to attach it securely to a wall or ceiling. Then, line up the hole on the bottom of the camera to the mount on the bracket and turn the screw until the camera is tightly fastened to the bracket.
Additional Setup Options Picture Orientation
Vertical Orientation: In some situations you may want to mount the camera upside down. Heres how to flip the picture vertically in the camera so that the display on the TV is the right way up: 1. Press and release C1. 2. Press and hold Setup on the remote until the C1 button lights green. 3. Press Iris Up to flip the picture. Press Iris Down to flip it back. 4. Press Setup again to save this setting. Horizontal Orientation: You can also use the camera like a rearview mirror by reversing the picture horizontally from left to right: 1. Press and release C1. 2. Press and hold Setup on the remote until the C1 button lights green. 3. Press Focus Up to reverse the picture. Press Focus Down to reverse it back. 4. Press Setup again to save this setting. Note, if you flip the picture vertically, you also need to flip it horizontally. This also makes the left and right movement buttons work the correct way for upside down mounting.
ADVANCED ONSCREEN MENU OPTIONS
The onscreen menus change the low-level, technical operation of the Sentinel camera. In most cases you do not need to change any of these settings. 1. Press C1, C2, C3, or C4 to select the camera you want to control. 2. Press and hold Setup until the camera button light stays on. Press and hold setup again until the camera button stays on again. The onscreen menu is displayed over the picture from the camera. 1. Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to select items from the main menu. 2. Use the Right arrow button to select a menu item and move into its submenu. 3. Use the Up or Down arrow buttons to select a submenu item. 4. Use the Right arrow button to select a submenu item. 5. Use the Right arrow button to save the new setting. 6. To exit the onscreen menus, press the Left arrow button repeatedly until the menu disappears. Then press Setup to exit the menu mode. To discard all changes made in the onscreen menus and restore the default settings to the camera, select the PRESET submenu, and change the PRESET option to ON. See page 44 for more details. If you leave the onscreen menu open for a while without pressing any buttons on the remote, you will stop being able to control the menu. Follow the steps 1 through 3 above to enter the menu mode again. You can then close the menu by pressing the Left arrow button, or continue working with menu options. 3. Press the Right arrow button to bring up the onscreen menu.
Advanced Onscreen Menu Options Iris Settings
Iris settings control the amount of light let into the Vanguard camera. Changing these settings affect how bright your picture will be, and how the camera reacts to changes in lighting conditions. Your options are: PEAK: This setting controls the reaction of the automatic iris adjustment in relation to the average light level in the picture. A higher level of peak sets the camera so that the automatic light controls adjust to a higher average light level. ALC: Automatic Light Control determines whether the camera should adjust for light differences automatically or manually. If you set this to manual, you can set the level of lighting control that will be used. AES: (Automatic Exposure Setting) selects whether to use automatic or manual exposure settings, how long the exposure should be. This affects how fast the camera sees an image a long exposure time lets more light in and could give you a clearer picture, but it will mean that motion is harder to see.
Use the Up and Down arrows to select IRIS (use the Left Arrow (Dim) to back out of the menu). With IRIS selected, when you press the Right arrow button the screen above right is displayed.
Use the up and Down arrows (On and Off) to select the desired menu item from the screen above right (Peak, ALC, AES). Then select the item with the Right Arrow. Adjust the item with the Up and Down arrows. Select with the Right Arrow, and then back out of the menu with successive presses of the Left arrow.
Advanced Onscreen Menu Options Backlight Compensation
Backlight compensation settings affect how the camera adjusts for light sources behind the cameras view or focus. You can use this to adjust for the silhouette effect you might get when looking at things with light behind them. BLC: Turns Backlight Compensation On or Off. Turning BLC On will brighten the part of the picture that is being silhouetted, but will also brighten the background. AREA: If BLC is on, the AREA setting allows you to set the sensitivity separately for different parts of the cameras field of view. The default setting only turns on BLC in the center of the cameras viewing field. SENS: Adjusts the sensitivity of the Backlight Compensation. Low means that the camera responds less to backlit conditions, higher settings means that compensation turns on more quickly.
Advanced Onscreen Menu Options Freeze, Automatic Gain Control & Sensitivity
The settings for Automatic Gain Control (AGC) affect the brightness and picture levels of the video produced by the camera. AGC amplifies existing video to help the camera reproduce a video signal at low light levels. Sensitivity controls adjust how the camera works in low light conditions. FREEZE: Freezes the Field or the Frame in a still mode until you select Off, or until you move the camera with the remote control. AGC Levels: Selects the base level of gain control used when automatic gain control is on. SENS: Changing the sensitivity changes how the camera compensates for low light. The higher the setting is called Starlight Mode (square cursor to the right). In this mode the camera lets more light in when in the dark, and a better picture results.
1. After following step A, B, and C on page 34 to bring up the main menu, use the down arrow to select AGCSENS. 2. Select AGCSENS with the Right arrow button. 3. Use the Down arrow button to select SENS. 4. Select it with the Right arrow button. 5. Use the Up arrow button to move square cursor to the right (most sensitive to light). Or the Down arrow button to move the cursor to the left. The new setting takes several second to stabilize. 6. Save the new setting with the Right arrow button. 7. Press the Left arrow button to repeatedly to back out of the menus. 8. Then press Setup on the remote to exit the menu mode.
Advanced Onscreen Menu Options Picture Reversal
You can set the Vanguard Camera to reverse, either horizontally, vertically the picture it produces. Or you can do both. H. REV: Reverses the picture horizontally, or from left to right. Set this to ON if you want to use the camera like a mirror for viewing objects behind you. V. REV: When set to ON this settings mirrors the picture vertically, allowing you to mount the camera upside down, as on a ceiling.
See page 29 for an alternate method of reversing the picture horizontally or vertically.
POSI/NEGA: Lets you select a Positive or Negative image.
Advanced Onscreen Menu Options Alarm Position
The Sentinel Camera does not use this feature.
Advanced Onscreen Menu Options Onscreen Camera Label (ID)
The Vanguard Camera can display a title or label for the camera on screen. This can be useful when you have more than one camera and want to identify them easily. Select characters from the available list to set the title you want to use. UP: Sets the position for display of the title to the top of the screen. DOWN: Sets the position for display of the title to the bottom of the screen.
If you dont select your own title, the camera will default to displaying the cameras address setting as the title CAMERA A1 for example.
Use the Up and Down arrows to select the desired position on the screen (up/top or down/bottom). Then use the Up and Down arrows to select characters from the screen above, selecting each character with the Right Arrow. Then back out to the main menu with successive presses of the Left arrow.
Advanced Onscreen Menu Options Restore Presets (defaults)
The settings in the PRESET menu work to set the camera back to its default configuration. This will discard any changes you made in any of the other video settings menus. PRESET: When you select this option and change it to ON, all the settings in the camera will be changed to their defaults. The camera will reset itself, so the picture will go dark temporarily. INITIAL: When selected, the camera will initialize autofocus by focusing through the entire range of the lens. PHASE: This option is not enabled in the camera and cannot be changed.
Advanced Onscreen Menu Options
MARK: Selecting Mark ON puts a cross-hairs mark on the screen.
Follow the step on page 34 to bring up the onscreen menu. Then use the Down arrow to select past the last item (PRESET), or the Up arrow to select past the first item (IRIS). This will display the MARK menu.
Select MARK with the Right Arrow. Then select OFF or ON with the Up and Down arrows. Select with the Right Arrow, and then back out to the main menu with successive presses of the Left arrow.
If the Remote isnt working: 1. Press the C1 button. This makes sure that your camera is selected for control. Try moving the camera or zooming to see if the problem is fixed. 2. Check the batteries. If the C1 button doesnt light up when you press it, you may have put the batteries in incorrectly, or the batteries you used may be dead. Take the batteries out and make sure you put them in according to the diagram inside the remote. If it still doesnt work, try new batteries. 3. Reregister the remote with the camera as per the instructions on page 6. If Autofocus doesnt work correctly: The Vanguard Cameras auto focus cant work correctly if the protective lens cap is on. Remove the protective lens cap and make sure the lens is clean. Try zooming out all the way. The camera should automatically refocus correctly. If the camera label (like Camera A1) is displayed on your TV/PC: You can turn off the onscreen label easily. Press and hold Setup on the Vanguard remote control until the green light stays on. Then, press Sweep (0), and Setup again. This will turn off the label. Repeat these same steps to turn the label on again. For more help with setup please visit: http://www.x10.com/support If you cant find your link to download software:
If theres no camera picture on your TV (wireless connection): 1. Make sure your Wireless Video Receiver is connected to power and turned On. 2. Select the appropriate video input on your TV. Usually you can select the input mode by pressing the VIDEO or INPUT button on the remote control. Or you might have to change the TV to Channel 0 or 2, and then use Channel Down to change video inputs. See your TVs owners manual if you still arent sure how to change the video source.
3. Make sure your camera is connected to power and turned on. Press C1 on the remote to turn it on. 4. Check that the mode switch on the bottom of the camera is set to Transmit Enable. 5. Make sure that the ABCD switches on the bottom of the camera and the bottom of the wireless video receiver are set to the same letter (see pictures on next page).
If the picture on your TV isnt clear (wireless connection): First, adjust the antennas on the video receiver and Vanguard Camera so that they point towards each other. The side of the cameras antenna with the dot on it should face the side of the receivers antenna marked with four squares. You can also try moving the video receiver itself to another location near the TV. Sometimes moving it just a foot can make a big difference. If the camera picture still doesnt improve after adjusting the antennas and receiver position, try changing the channels on the camera and video receiver. The channel switch is on the bottom of both parts. Change the setting on both the camera and video receiver, making sure they are set to the same letter (A, B, C, or D). Try different letter settings to see if the picture improves. You may still have trouble getting a clear picture if there is something in the area using the same frequencies as the Vanguard Camera. The following things can interfere with the cameras transmission: 2.4 gigahertz cordless phones, wireless networks, baby monitors, and microwave ovens. If you have any of these, turn them off to see if the problem goes away. If your cameras picture has been fine and suddenly becomes distorted or fuzzy, look for new things in your house that might be causing interference.
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1. Press and release the X10 button. 2. Use the number buttons to enter the Unit Code number of the chosen module. (You can press 1, then 6 for Unit Code 16).
X10 Wireless Technology, Inc. Limited One Year Warranty
3. Press the appropriate button (labeled in blue) for the function you require (On, Off, Bright, Dim, All Lights On, All Units Off).
X10.com, a division of X10 Wireless Technology, Inc. (X10) warrants X10 products to be free from defective material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the original date of purchase at retail. X10 agrees to repair or replace, at its sole discretion, a defective X10 product if returned to X10 within the warranty period and with proof of purchase. If service is required under this warranty: Call 1-800-442-5065, visit www.x10.com, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For help or more information on setup, please visit: http://www.x10.com/support
X10.com, a division of X10 Wireless Technology, Inc. 3824 North 5th St., Suite C, North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Note: when using buttons C1, C2, C3, and C4 to control cameras, they will also turn on X10 modules set to A1, A2, A3, and A4. To turn these modules off, use the procedure described above.
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