Whistler WIC1750 Wireless Inspection Camera User Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Whistler WIC1750 Wireless Inspection Camera User Guide PDF

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Welcome... 1 Introduction... 2 Packing List... 2 Feature Description... 3 Installation... 3 - 4 Operation... 5 Video Out... 6 FCC Information... 7 Troubleshooting... 8 Specifications... 9 Warranty... 10

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Please keep your purchase receipt in a safe place... You may register your product online at www... whistlergroup... com... For warranty verification purposes, a copy of your dated store receipt must accompany any unit sent in for warranty work... If the unit is returned without a dated store receipt, an out-of-warranty service charge will be applied...

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Install Batteries 1... Remove the cover... 2... Insert four (4) new AA batteries into the appropriate slots... Proper battery orientation is indicated on the battery compartment... 3... Replace battery cover...

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Install the Camera with Flexible Tube When connecting the camera tube to the handheld unit, make sure that the keyed ends are properly aligned... Once they are lined up, finger tighten the knob to hold the connector in place...

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To Insert SD Card After SD card is inserted into SD card slot successfully, an SD card icon will appear on the monitor screen; otherwise, the no SD card icon will show... NOTE: If the device fails to read the SD card due to late insertion or some problem of the SD card, the screen displays FORMAT SD CARD... If the SD card is in normal condition, press OK; otherwise, press YES to format the SD card...

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Operation 1... Press the power switch to turn the camera on (refer to Fig 1)... 2... The power indicator will illuminate and the LCD will become viewable... 3... If the image on the LCD is unclear, try adjusting either the brightness or mirror controls on the monitor... 4... LEDs Brightness Control: The 5 levels of LED brightness can be adjusted by pressing the LEDs Brightness Control button... 5... To rotate the orientation of the image displayed on the LCD by 90 degrees, press the Mirror button... There are four (4) possible image orientations that you can toggle through by pressing this button... 6... When in use, the tube should easily maneuver itself into position (refer to Fig 3)... Do not apply excessive force... 7... The accessories included with the unit can be used to retrieve small items like dropped rings, screws or grabbing wires (refer to Fig 4)...

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Image Rotation To rotate the orientation of the image displayed on the LCD by 90 degrees, quickly press the Mirror button (same as Power Switch button)... There are four possible image orientations that you can toggle through by pressing this button... NOTE: please just have a quick press (less than 1 second); pressing button longer will power off unit...

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NOTE: The video will be automatically saved as an individual file every 30 minutes... Memory Full appears on the LCD screen to indicate that the SD card memory is full...

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3... For playback video: Press the or button to select your desired video, and then press OK button to playback... Pause: press the OK button once to pause, press again to resume play; Fast Forward: press and hold on the button until the Current Playback Mode Icon switch to ; Rewind: press and hold on the button until the Current Playback Mode Icon switch to ; Stop/Exit: press the MENU button...

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Deleting Video/Picture 1... In real-time monitoring mode, press the button to toggle to the video/ picture folder... 2... Press the or button to select your desired folder, and then press OK button... 3... Press the or button to select your desired file, and then press the button... 4... Press the or button to toggle between and , that is, to cancel or delete... Once you have highlighted your desired selection, press the OK button...

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Video System Setting 1... In the setting mode, press the or button to select SYSTEM SETTING, and then press OK button... 2... Press the or button to select Video System and then press OK button... 3... Press the or button to toggle between NTSC and PAL... Once your desired system is selected, press OK button to confirm and press the MENU button to exit...

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Default Setup 1... In the setting mode, press the or button to select SYSTEM SETTING , and then press OK button... 2... Press the or button to select Default Setup and then press OK button... 3... Press the or button to toggle between YES and NO, that is to restore default or cancel... 4... Press the OK button to confirm and press the MENU button to exit...

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Frame Rate Setting 1... In the setting mode, press the or button to select RECORDER SETTING, and then press the OK button... 2... Press the or button to select Frame Rate and then press the OK button... 3... Press the or button to toggle between different frame rates... Once your desired rate is selected, press OK button to confirm and press the MENU button to exit...

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All specifications are subject to minor change without prior notice...

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Turn off the system if it is not in use... This product can only be completely disconnected from its power source by removing the batteries... Attention should be given to the environmental aspects of battery disposal... Remove the batteries when cleaning the unit... Remove the batteries before storing the unit for a long time... When necessary, REPLACE ALL FOUR (4) BATTERIES in this unit with ones of the same type, not one (1) or two (2) batteries at a time... NOTE: Do not mix battery types... Use only the size and type of battery specified... Be sure to install the battery with the correct polarity as indicated in the battery compartment... Properly dispose of the batteries... Exposure to high temperatures can cause the batteries to explode, so do not dispose of in a fire... Place tape over the terminals to prevent direct contact with other objects... Some countries have regulations concerning battery disposal... Please follow all applicable regulations...

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The power light comes on but nothing shows on the screen? This could be due to weak batteries in the handheld... Replace batteries... Is the camera tube fully inserted to the handheld unit? When connecting the camera tube to the handheld unit, make sure the keyed ends are properly aligned... Once they are lined up, press in firmly and then finger tighten the knob to hold the connector in place...

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Consumer Warranty This Whistler product is warranted to the original purchaser for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase against all defects in materials and workmanship, when purchased from an authorized Whistler retailer... This limited warranty is void if the unit is abused, misused, modified, installed improperly, or if the housing and/or serial numbers have been removed... There are no express warranties covering this product other than those set forth in this warranty... All express or implied warranties for this product are limited to one (1) year... Whistler is not liable for damages arising from the use, misuse, or operation of this product including but not limited to loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use of your product or property damage caused by your product or its failure to work, or any other incidental or consequential damages including personal injury...

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MPORTANT: To validate that your unit is within the warranty period, make sure you keep a copy of your dated proof of purchase... For warranty verification purposes, a copy of your dated store receipt must accompany any Whistler product sent in for warranty work...

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improperly, or had its housing removed... The minimum out-of-warranty service fee for your Whistler WIC5000 is $35... 00 (U... S... )... If you require out-of-warranty service, please return your unit as outlined in the section Service Under Warranty along with a cashiers check or money order in the amount of $35... 00... Payment may also be made by MasterCard, VISA or American Express... Personal checks are not accepted...

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Customer Service If you have questions concerning the operation of your Whistler product, or require service during or after the warranty period, please call

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CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS 1716 SW Commerce Dr... Ste... 8 Bentonville, AR 72712 Toll Free (800) 531-0004 TEL (479) 273-6012 FX (479) 273-2927

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