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Jasco Products - GE Security Camera, Color, Night Vision, Wired Product Demo

GE Security Camera, Color, Night Vision, Wired Features

  • View 1

    • Easily View Any Area of Your Home:

      Day or Night.

    • Instant Monitoring System:

      Connects to any video input for an "instant monitoring system".

    • Use as an Add-On Camera:

      For 45232 black and white wired systems.

    • Night Vision Feature:

      For low or no-light viewing.

    • Small, Unique Design:

      Simple to set up and ready to use.

 

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GE Security Camera, Color, Night Vision, Wired Instructions

  • GE Wired Color Camera
  • Package Contents

    Please check and identify all the parts before proceeding with the installation.

  • Choosing a Camera Mounting Location

    The 45231 Color Camera can be positioned on a desktop, or mounted to a wall. It is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. When choosing a mounting location, please be advised:

  • Testing the System
  • Connecting to a TV

    The 45231 connects to the video and audio input jacks on the back of your TV, VCR or DVR. If you are not using a VCR or DVR, connect the 45231 Color Camera to your TV as shown.

    To view:
    1. Switch on the TV; set the volume to midpoint. Connect to the 45231 Color Camera.

    Note: For temporary installation you can connect the camera to the TV, VCR or DVR without using the 60 ft. extension cable. Simply connect the 3-Wire adapter cable directly to the end of the 6 ft. cable coming from the camera.

    2. Plug in the AC adapter and insert the yellow cable to the video jack and the white cable to the left/mono audio jack of the TV.

    3. Select the AV input on your TV by pressing the button labeled AV or VIDEO on either your TV or TV remote control. You should now be able to see and hear the output from the camera.

    Note: You can extend the cable using the 60 ft. extension cable at any time to optimally locate the camera (provided the cable length is sufficient). The camera cable can be extended up to 300 ft. Contact the Customer Service Group (1-800-654-8483) to purchase extension cables.

  • Connecting to VCR or DVR

    If you using a VCR or DVR, connect the 45231 Color Camera as shown.

    To view:
    1.
    Switch on the TV and VCR or DVR; Connect the 45231 Color Camera to the VCR or DVR by connecting the 3-Wire adapter cable directly to the end of the 6 ft. cable coming from the camera. Plug in the AC adapter and insert the yellow cable to the video jack and the white cable to the left/mono audio jack. You can extend the cable using the extension cable at any time to optimally locate the camera (provided the cable length is sufficient).

    2. Select the VCR channel on your TV (3 or 4). This should be the normal channel or input you normally use to watch the VCR or DVR.

    3. Select the AV input on your VCR or DVR by pressing the button labeled AV or VIDEO on the VCR/DVR or on the VCR/DVR’s remote control. You should now be able to see and hear the output from the camera.

    Once your preferred mounting location has been chosen, disconnect the camera lead and turn off power to the TV, VCR or DVR and proceed to the Installation section.

  • Night Vision

    The 45233 Wireless Color Camera features Night Vision technology. Objects and images can be seen in little or no light up to 10 ft. The camera uses a special image sensor that automatically detects available light levels.

    It turns on/off the Infra-Red (IR) LEDs on the front of the camera. These LEDs provide artificial light that allows the camera to ‘see’ in the dark. Night Vision will appear as a Black and White image. When the image sensor detects enough light, color will return to the images.

  • Desktop Mount Installation

    1. Place camera in desired location on a flat surface.

    2. Run the 60’ cable from the camera’s location to the location of the TV, VCR or DVR. Use the cable clips provided to keep the cable in place. (See Notes on Cable Installation.) Do not run cable inside wall; Take care not to pierce, puncture or cut the cable when securing.

    3. Connect the camera cable to the TV, VCR or DVR by connecting the 3-Wire adapter cable to the end of the 60 ft. cable coming from the camera. (See diagram). Locate the connector on the 3-Wire adapter labeled ‘power’ and plug in the AC adapter. Insert the yellow plug to the video jack and the white plug to the left/mono audio jack on the TV,
    VCR or DVR.

    4. Switch on the power to the TV, VCR or DVR. Select appropriate AV input on TV, VCR or DVR. (Refer to “Connecting to a TV” or “Connecting to a VCR or DVR” sections.)

    5. Adjustments can now be made to the camera viewing angle by rotating the camera head or desktop mount.

  • Wall Mount Installation

    1. Disconnect the camera’s cable.

    2. Unscrew the camera from the desktop base and screw on to the wall mount bracket.

  • Wall Mount Installation

    4. Run the 60’ cable from the camera’s location to the location of the TV, VCR or DVR. Use the cable clips provided to keep the cable in place. (See Notes on Cable Installation.) Do not run cable inside wall; Take care not to pierce, puncture or cut the cable when securing.

    5. Connect the camera cable to the TV, VCR or DVR by connecting the 3-Wire adapter cable to the end of the 60 ft. cable coming from the camera. Locate the connector on the 3-Wire adapter labeled ‘power’ and plug in the AC adapter. Insert the yellow plug to the video jack and the white plug to the left/mono audio jack on the TV, VCR or DVR.

    6. Adjustments can now be made to the camera viewing angle by loosening the adjustment knob and tilting and rotating the camera head.

 

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