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The HomeKey (included in all HOMEheartbeat Starter Packs) is used to program your sensors and change your system's setttings. Attach it to your keychain or place it in your purse and take it with you. Then, when you (and your HomeKey) leave the range of your Base Station (range of approx. 150 feet in open air), your Home Heartbeat system knows you're away from home and that it will "alert" you with text messages and emails about changes in the status of your home!*
Important Note: *When setting up your system and sensors be sure to take time to setup whether you want to be alerted 1) only on your HomeKey (at home), 2) to email/cell phone when you're away, 3) to your email/cell phone always.
Usually it is due to bad batteries or remote is too far away from home unit. Put units next to each other and press the channel button on front of the home unit. It will start a search to find the remote. If it finds it with a temp reading press the channel button again and you should hear a beep. Channel is locked in. If you still do not get a temp reading try changing batteries in both units and try again. Another try is to unplug the home unit and wait several minutes with no batteries in either house unit or remote. Replace batteries in remote then in house unit and plug back into power. Set all settings and see if you get the reading. If not try step one again. Weak batteries will do the same thing as well as remote to far away from unit.
You need ADSL modem for internet connection and the ethernet cable to connect with the dvr. You need static ip for this task and the port forwarding option enabled in modem setting. From that static ip you can access it remotely.
Wireless camera security systems are available at many stores such as Wal-mart, Fry's and Best Buy.
These systems can be used to monitor your home and possessions while
away. This article will show how to set up such a system.
Decide what you want to see on your security system. Front doors, back doors and driveways are popular choices. Other choices may include living rooms, hallways and garages.
are not completely wireless. They still need a wire for power. Most
systems come with plug in adapter to power each camera. Most power
wires are 4 to 6 feet long. The location of your cameras should be
close to power outlets. Professional installers may run electrical wire
inside walls and conceal the power outlets and adapters in junction
camera will need to be set to its own channel. Common channels for such
systems are labeled A through D or 1 through 4. Drill holes into walls
and mount the cameras with screws.
wireless camera receiver will be positioned next to the television.
Connect the receiver to the television using a cable that has a yellow,
red and white connector on each end. Some systems may have an "S-video"
connector and cable to connect it to the television. The receiver will
also be powered by a plug in wall adapter. Connect it to the receiver
and plug it into the wall.
the receiver to channel A or 1 and turn on the television. The channel
of the television may need to be set to Game, Video In or some other
name designating the input jacks used. Consult your television for more
view from the camera that is set to channel A or 1 should be visible on
the TV screen. Tilt the camera if needed to get the view you desire.
Set the receiver to channel B or 2 and repeat with the camera that is
set to B or 2. Repeat with the remaining 2 cameras.
advanced users may connect the receiver to a VCR, DVR or computer.
Digital video capture devices can be used to connect the receiver to
the computer. Using video capture software, the video from the cameras
can be broadcast on the internet using software such as Yawcam or
WebcamXP. HomeCamera.com can also be used to monitor your cameras on
You could see if they will exchange just the unit and save both of you the hastle of checking and repackingit all. It does sound like the unit is faulty. Or if your Bravia has more than one HDMI input then try on another, or a friends tv if you know some one with a HDMI tv in working order.
Remove all power from the unit. Let it sit a few minuets. Plug it back into the wall outlet. This should resolve the problem.
Put the dvd into the unit that you were having problems with, and try and play it. If it works - everything is ok. If not - try repeating the process 2 to 3 more times. What is going on here is the Unit automatically assigned a regional list in its memory. Sometimes this happens during an AC power surge (noise) on the line. This can corrupt the macienes internal memory. Bypulling the plug you allow the internal circuitry (typically some capacitors) to discharge. After this the unit will re-set & the error will go away.
you don't need any drivers for this camera if you have windows xp,it should just work I just got me .the same type of camera ,got it as a gift came home.plugged it and my windows XP recognized it right away it install the drivers right there and then,everything was done automatically try and go to "system device" and see if there is any yellow mark on the usb area if there is one, then do a driver update. good luck!! Shawn