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|Dimension:||L 11.6 X W 7 X T 3.3 Cm (including Antenna: L 19 Cm)||Weight:||About 215g (not Include Battery)|
|Power:||Support External Power Bank (5V 1.5A And More)||Battery Charging Time:||About 4 Hours For Full Charge|
|Battery Life:||About 2 Hours After Full Charge||Detecting Distance:||Up To 200 Feet (depending On Output Power Of Source Transmitter)|
Mini Wireless Camera Hunter/Wireless Image Scanner Signal Detector
VS-123, a mini version of the VS-125, uses a dry battery, the test distance is about 50 meters, and the battery charging time can be used for about 1.5 hours in 6 hours. The wireless image scanner is also a detector. It is mainly used for anti-sneak shots. It can display the image. There is 1.2G2.4G5.8G. For wireless signals only, you can find eavesdropping equipment that is transmitted by analog signals. This pair will work better with GV or U8L.
1. Install Battery
Battery compartment is located in the rear side. Remove the battery cover, install AAA / UM-4 battery x 4 according to the + – indication, then put on the battery cover. This device is available both dry battery and rechargeable battery.
Note: Never connect the battery charger or external power bank when to use dry battery inside.
2. Switch On
The power switch is located in the center of right side. Set at 1 to switch on, set at 0 to switch off.
3. Auto Scan
After switch on, this device will scan wireless video signal from 900 MHz to 6.0 GHz automatically. There are 2 rows LED displays under the LCD screen.
1) The upper row is scanning band indication and battery low indication. Three blue LEDs indicate 1.2GHz - 2.4GHz - 5.8GHz three frequency bands individually for user to know the scanning status clearly. The LED at very right side is low battery warning (Bat Low), it will go red when battery power runs down.
2) The lower row is indication of scanning and image lock. During scanning, the green LEDs will shuttle to-and-fro. When receive video signal, user can lock the image, then green LED will still.
4. Image Display
When detects wireless video signal, the image will display on screen and the frequency of the image will appear in the left bottom side of screen. The duration of image display on screen is depended on the video signal strength, the stronger the longer.
This device keeps scanning, the image will fade away when scan to other frequency and the screen will shut down to save power. When detects next video signal, the screen will light up again to display the image.
5. Lock Image
When detects significant image, press and hold the (+) button in left side over 1.5 seconds to lock the image. When hear beep once, the image is locked. The scan will stop and the blue and screen LEDs will still. The frequency on screen will be fixed and blink in black and white.
6. Fine Tune Image
After image locked, press the buttons + – in left side to tune the image at its best resolution. Press the (+) once, beep once and you will find the frequency in the left bottom side of screen will be increased. Press the (–) once, beep once and you will find the frequency in the left bottom side of screen will be decreased.
7. Audio Demodulation
This is unique technology in its kind. Plug the earphone into the jack in right upper side to hear the audio of image. If you can not hear the audio, press and hold the (–) button in left side over 1.5 seconds to shift the audio frequency.
When hear beep once, the bottom of screen will appear L, it means the frequency of audio demodulation is 6.5 MHz. Press and hold the (–) button in left side over 1.5 seconds again, the audio demodulation will shift to R, it means the frequency of audio demodulation is 6.0 MHz.
Most of the audio of wireless video cameras are 6.0 and 6.5 MHz. If you can not hear the audio both setting of L and R, the scanned wireless camera might not have audio demodulation. Press and hold the (–) button in left side, the audio demodulation will be shifting between L and R (6.5 and 6.0 MHz) over every 1.5 seconds.
After knowing the content of image clearly, press and hold the (+) button in left side over 1.5 seconds to unlock the image. When hear beep once, the image is unlocked. The scan will continue and the blue and screen LEDs will start to blink. The frequency will not appear on screen until the image appears on screen.
9. Video/Audio Output
The jack in right upper side is shared by earphone and AV output. Plug in the AV output cable and connect it with DVR to record the scanned image and audio.
10. Warning Mode Setting
This device has three kinds of warning mode,
1) Beep and vibration
3) Beep, factory default setting is “Beep and vibration”. To change the warning mode, switch off this device. First press the (–) button in left side, and use another hand to switch on, this device will enter “Warning mode setting”.
Press the (–) button in left side once, the warning mode will shift from 1. Beep and vibration à 2. Vibration à 3. Beep cyclic. After set the preferred warning mode, press both (+) (–) buttons to save your setting.
11. External Power Bank
This device has a USB port in right bottom side for connecting with Power bank (5V 1.5A or more) to continue the scan job when the battery power is exhausted.
Notice 1: Never connect with computer or notebook which do not have enough power for this device.
Notice 2: Remove the DRY battery inside before connecting with power bank or battery charger.