Aurum 939ASD Floodlight User Manual

Aurum 939ASD Floodlight

Aurum 939ASD Floodlight User Manual

Manual Contents:
A. 939ASD kit contents
B. 939ASD overview
C. Definition
D. Programming your 939ASD
E. Mounting the 939ASD
F. Driver installation
G. Viewing image
H. Technical Specifications
I. General Information and Safety
J. FCC informatio

A. 939ASD kit contents
1. Model 939ASD Lighting Camera
2. Camera driver: CDROM driver for Windows 98/2000/XP
3. User Manual
4. 1M USB cable & 1G SD card
5. Accessory bag: screws, wall plugs, 1pc allen key, 3pcs 1.5V AAA batteries

B. 939ASD overview

939ASD overview

C. Definition

1. Definition of front view parts (see fig. 1)
 Floodlight cover:Open to replace a new halogen lamp.
 Floodlight:For lighting purpose
 Halogen lamp:For lighting purpose, please use the correct voltage and watts of halogen light for this product. Halogen lamp, max power is 300W
 Cam Lens:this is the digital camera lens, please use a soft cloth to clean if needed.
 PIR lens:Passive Infrared Lens.
 Low Battery Indicator (hidden inside the lens)
1) Red lamp will start to flash when the battery is going to be out of power.
2) If the battery is out of power, the date of system may be lost and cause the system abnormal

2. Definition of back view parts (see fig. 2)
 Floodlight screw:Used to open or close the flood light case to install the halogen lamp.
 Time control knob:For adjusting the illumination time of halogen floodlight power Adjust to “-” where the minimal time is 40 seconds;adjust to “+” where the maximal time is 7 minutes.
 Sensitivity control knob:Adjust to the range of Passive Infrared Motion Sensor where can be detected.
 AC cable outlet:For connecting the external AC cable to 939ASD
 8 Positions DIP switch:256 sets of changeable system code is available
1) To select a system code simply move some of the eight slider-switches in the RF transmitter unit –leave some in their original position. This is now your system code; the slider-switches in your RF receiver unit must now be set in the same pattern. Make a note of the settings on a piece of paper, so you can double-check your code without having to re-open the RF transmitter unit.
2) Make sure the 8 Positions DIP switch of 939ASD is the same as the setting of receivers and remote control

Definition

3. Definition of side view parts (see fig. 3 & 4)
 3 position switch:for functions selection
1) Light + camera + speaker: detection for all day Daytime and nighttime: light, camera and speaker are all in operation
2) Light at night + camera all day + speaker in the daytime Daytime: light is off, camera is on, speaker is on Nighttime: light is on, camera is on, speaker is off.
3) Light at night + camera all day + speaker at night Daytime: light is off, camera is on, speaker is off.

Nighttime: light is on, camera is on, speaker is on.
 Audio mode:for different sound selection
Pre-set default is “Welcome”. Push one time to ”May I help you”, push again to “dog barking”. Push one more time to turn off this function. Control operates in above circular pattern

position switch

Definition of side view parts

 LED indicator:for indicating the status of function or error situation by different color of LED
1) Red: SD card is not inserted into the SD slot or the system is abnormal
2) Green: 939ASD is recording or USB is inserted and connecting with the computer
3) LED off: stand by(SD card is inserted into the slot), when off button is pressed
* Please note when off button is pressed, remove SD card within 30 seconds (now the LED will turn
red after SD card is removed from the slot)
 Waterproofed cover: protects below-listed contents.
 Interference Connector:For connecting the 939ASD to PC by provided USB cable to PC.
 SD slot:For inserting the memory card, please push the SD card to the end and make sure that it is
properly seated.
 Reset button: restore functions to default settings
1) Press RESET button one time when turn on 939ASD
2) Please press this button if there is any abnormal situation happen.
 Off/Rec:Please press OFF button to remove SD card. Please remove card within 30 seconds of pressing the OFF button to avoid loss of data.

D. Programming your 939ASD

1. Install/replace the halogen lamp (see fig. 5)
 Make sure to turn off the power of 939ASD or
discount the AC outlet
 Open the floodlight from floodlight screw by screw
driver.
 Take out the Halogen lamp.
 Place a new Halogen lamp.
* Halogen Lamp is 300W
 Close the floodlight with screw carefully
Please make sure the voltage and polarity are correct before connection.
Incorrect voltage will damage the camera. If you are not sure, please contact your retailer

Install replace 5

2. Install/replace batteries (see fig. 6)
 Unscrew the back cover and unscrew the
battery cover.
 Put the 3 provided AAA 1.5V batteries into the
batter compartment and make sure the polarity
(- +) is placed correctly.
 Install battery cover and back cover.

3. Set the Data and Time:
 Install the provided software to your PC
(For details, please see F. Driver Installation)
 Plug provided USB cable from 939ASD to PC
 Execute the program and click “Play”, when the video
is shown on the screen the setup is completed.
(The setup of time and date will be the same as computer)
 Close the program and remove USB cable to complete the setup.
Install replace 6

4. Insert/remove SD card(see fig. 7):
 Unscrew the waterproofed cover by provided allen key, then insert the SD card and lock in place.
 If you need to remove the SD card, please press OFF button and take it out within 30 seconds.
 When LED lamp turns green, meaning SD card is being read, do not remove SD card or the data may
be lost.

SD Card

5. Other settings (see fig. 2)
 Time control:Turn the time control knob to”+” side to increase the illumination time, turn the control knob to “-“ side to reduce the illumination time.
 Sensitivity control:Adjust the detector range of Passive Infrared Motion Sensor
 8 Positions DIP switch:
1) This product is able to operate with RF wireless receivers. To select a system code simply move some of the eight slider-switches in the RF transmitter unit – remove the rubber pad first and leave some in their original position. This is now your system code; the slider-switches in your RF receiver unit must now be set in the same pattern. Make a note of the settings on a piece of paper, so you can double-check your code without having to re-open the RF transmitter unit.
2) Make sure the 8 Positions DIP switch of 939ASD is the same as the setting of receivers.
3) Put the rubber pad back to the switch.

Other settings

E. Mounting the camera
1. Connect the 939ASD to AC power (see fig. 8)
Please make sure the voltage and polarity are correct before connection. Incorrect voltage will damage the camera. If you are not sure, please contact your retailer.

Mounting the camera

Connect the AC cable with correct polarity. The 939ASD will turn on 1 min. for self-testing.

2. Mount the 939ASD to the wall by provided screws or crossbars (see fig.9.1 & 9.2)
It’s recommend to mount the lighting camera 2 M above the ground
Detection range: 10M x 160°

Mount the 939ASD to the wall by provided 1

Mount the 939ASD to the wall by provided 3

Mount the 939ASD to the wall by provided 2

F. Driver installation
Attention! The software CD-ROM packaged with the camera is designed for PC´s only (not available for MAC). Playing this CD-ROM on a stereo or CD player may cause damage to it.
– Unplug the USB cable form PC
– Insert the CDROM in CD driver of your PC.
– The auto-run program will execute.
– Follow the instructions shown on screen form your PC to completely install the driver and application program.
– Restart windows.
– If your computer doesn’t run automatically, please click “Start” button and choose “Run”, and then browse the CD drive and click “Setup”.

G. Viewing image
1. Viewing image by computer through a card reader (see fig. 11)
 Open the rubber cap on the 939ASD
 Pushing the SD memory card to release to the SD card form 939ASD
 Put the SD card to a card reader, then the captured image will display on the monitor of PC

Viewing image

2. Viewing image from 939ASD (see fig .12)
You should install the provided driver, please refer to above DRIVER INSTALLATION
 Connect the provided USB cable from 939ASDto pc when 939ASD is power on.
 Execute the provided software to watch the video.

Viewing image from 939ASD

3. Viewing image from universal card reader
 Remove the SD card rubber cover.
 Push in the SD card to eject SD card form 939ASD.
 Insert the SD card to universal card reader.
 You can view the captured image form PC through the card reader

H. Technical Specifications
1. System Requirements and Compatibility:
 Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP.
 Pentium III 450MHZ or equivalent processor.
 128MB SDRAM or above.
 VGA image Card with 32MB RAM for minimum, Color 16bit or higher.
 CDROM driver and USB Port are available.
 2.5GB free hard disc space.
 If you have any questions regarding your PC specifications please call your PC manufacturer.
2. Features and specification:
 PIR detection angle 160 Deg and detection range up to 10M
 Color CMOS image Sensor 1.3MB Pixels.
 Max Resolution:2.0MB pixels, 1600 x 1200 pixels by hardware interpolation
 30 seconds image recording for image stream:15fps at 480*640 Pixels
 Built in 1G SDRAM for image buffer and image storage
 Built in SD card slot for SD memory card
 SD Card slot for additional storage, max memory size up to 2G
 Automatic exposure control, white balance and sharpness
 Auto Date & Time stamp
 High precision:1 Group
 Effective viewing angle:48 deg
 Built in USB plug for PC access
 Interface type: USB 1.1
 Image format: JPEG AVI File
 Powered by AC 90V to 240V(subject to requirement)
 Floodlight tube is 300W
 Auto light sensor
 Sensitivity control
 Floodlight time delay control
 Product measurements:(L) 190 x (W)180 x (H)315mm. Weight: 1.42
 Battery: 1.5V AAA x 3pcs

I. General Information and safety
Special care instructions!!!
z The 939ASD is designed to be weather resistant. Never attempt to immerse the unit to water or any other
liquid. This will damage the unit and void the warranty.
z Use a soft lens cloth for cleaning lens. Avoid touching lens with fingers.
z Remove dirt or stains with a soft cloth dampened with water or neutral detergent. Keep the 939ASD in a
dry and cool dust-free environment or container when it is NOT used
z Do not open the 939ASD for unauthorized service. This could cause serious damage to the unit and will
void the warranty.
z This 939ASD is a precision electronic device. Do not attempt to service this camera yourself, as opening
or removing covers may expose you to the danger of electric shock or other risks.
z To avoid risk of burns due to high temperature do not touch the floodlight when it is turned on.

General Information and safety

J. FCC Information
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.
Warning: Changes or modification to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limited for Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. Their limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the
receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The equipment compliance with FCC radiation exposure limit set forth for uncontrolled Environment

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Bose Soundtouch 10 User Manual

Bose Soundtouch 10

Bose Soundtouch 10 User Manual

Owner’s Guide

SoundTouch™
Your SoundTouch™ wireless music system provides clear, room-filling sound
streamed wirelessly over your home Wi-Fi® network. With SoundTouch™, you can
stream Internet radio, music services, and your music library.
If you have Wi-Fi at home, you’re ready to enjoy your favorite music in any room
you want.

System benefits
• Enjoy wireless access to Internet radio, music services and your music library.
• Access your favorite music easily with your personalized Presets.
• Wireless setup using your smartphone or tablet.
• Works with your existing home Wi-Fi network.
• Stream music from Bluetooth® enabled devices.
• Free SoundTouch™ app for your computer, smartphone, or tablet.
• Simply add additional systems at any time for a multi-room listening experience.
• Wide selection of Bose® audio systems lets you choose the right solution for
any room.

Hardware features
• Six Presets on the system and its remote deliver your music with just one touch.
• AUX connector enables playback from an audio device.
• Remote control for point-and-click control from up to 20 feet away.
• Thumbs up/Thumbs down buttons on remote control for customized listening.
SoundTouch™ app
• Set up and control your system from your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
• Use the SoundTouch™ app to easily personalize Presets to your favorite music.
• Explore Internet radio, music services and your music library.
• Manage system settings.

Unpacking the system
Carefully unpack the carton and confirm that the following parts are included.

SoundTouch™ wireless music system

parts are included

** May ship with multiple power cords. Use the power cord for your region.

Note: If part of the system is damaged, do not use it. Contact your authorized
Bose® dealer or Bose customer service. Refer to the quick start guide in the
carton for contact information.

Save the carton and packing materials for transporting or storing the system.

Connecting the system to power
Before you set up the system on your network, connect the system to power.
1. Plug the power cord into the POWER connector on the system.

Connecting the system to power

2. Plug the other end of the power cord into an AC (mains) power outlet.

Adding the system to your Wi-Fi® network

After you connect the system to power, you must download and install the
SoundTouch ™ app onto a smartphone or tablet that is connected to your network.
The app guides you through connecting the system to your network (see
page 11).

Note: If you do not have a smartphone or tablet, you can use a computer for setup.

Add the system to an existing SoundTouch™ account
If you have already set up SoundTouch™ for another system, you do not need to
download the SoundTouch™ app again.

1. On your smartphone or tablet, select the SoundTouch™ icon to
launch the app.
2. Select EXPLORE > SETTINGS > Systems > ADD SYSTEM to add
another system. The app guides you through setup.

Setting up the System
Download and install the SoundTouch™ app
If this is your first time setting up a SoundTouch™ system, you must install the app. On your smartphone or tablet, download the SoundTouch™ controller app.

Bose® SoundTouchTM controller app

• iOS users: download from the App Store
• Android™ users: download on the Google Play™ store
• Amazon Kindle Fire users: download from the Amazon Appstore for Android

Connect the system to your home Wi-Fi® network

After you install the app, add the system to your network:
1. On your smartphone or tablet, select to launch the app. The app guides you through connecting the system to your Wi-Fi® network.

2. Follow the instructions in the app to complete setup, including creating a
SoundTouch™ account, adding a music library and music services.

Connecting the system to a new network

If your network information changes, you must add the system to the new network.
You can do this by manually putting the system in to setup mode.

1. On the button pad, press and hold 2 and <)– until the Wi-Fi indicator glows amber.

Connecting the system to a new network

2. On your smartphone, tablet or computer, open the app.
3. From the EXPLORE panel, select SETTINGS > Systems.
4. Select your system.
5. Select CONNECT TO A WI-FI NETWORK. The app guides you through setup.

Powering on the system

On the button pad or the remote control, press Power ( Button).
Tip: You can also press a Preset or Bluetooth | AUS to power on the system.

Understanding the system status indicators

The front of the system has a series of indicators that show system status. Lights
under the indicators glow according to system state (see page 13).

Understanding the system status indicators

Using the System
Using the System

System control buttons
The system controls reside on the button pad and on the remote control.
You can also control the system using the SoundTouch™ app (see page 16).
• Button pad: enables you to power the system, set and play your Presets,
adjust the volume, and activate the Bluetooth® and auxiliary sources.
• Remote control: enables the same functionality as the button pad, plus:
skip backward/skip forward, play/pause, and Thumbs up/Thumbs down.

System control buttons

Using Blutooth the AUS button
This multifunction button enables you to play more music on your system.
• Stream music from a connected Bluetooth® enabled device
• Connect an audio device to the AUX connector
Press to toggle between Bluetooth ( ) and auxiliary ( ) sources.
Bluetooth® wireless technology
Your system has Bluetooth wireless technology which lets you stream music from
Bluetooth enabled devices to your system. Your system stores eight previously
connected devices in its pairing list.
See page 19 for more information.
Auxiliary source
The auxiliary source lets you play music from an audio device connected to your
system’s AUX connector. You need a stereo cable with a 3.5 mm stereo cable plug
(not provided).

Using the SoundTouch™ app
The SoundTouch™ app is a software application that enables you to set up and
control SoundTouch™ from your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Using the app,
your smart device acts as a rich remote for your SoundTouch™ system.
The app enables you to manage your SoundTouch™ settings, add music services,
explore local and global Internet radio stations, set and change Presets, stream
music to the system, view what is playing, plus much more.
After you set up the system on your network using the SoundTouch™ app, you are
ready to explore streaming music and personalize your Presets.

Getting help SoundTouch.com
Provides access to the owner support center, which includes: owner’s manuals,
articles, tips, tutorials, a video library, and the owner community where you post
questions and answers.
1. Open a browser.
2. In the address field, type SoundTouch.com
In-app help
Provides help articles for using SoundTouch™.
1. On your device, select to open the app.
2. From the EXPLORE panel, select HELP.
Controlling the system from another smartphone,
tablet, or computer
Once you set up the SoundTouch™ system on your home Wi-Fi® network, you can
control the system from any smartphone, tablet, or computer on the same network.
1. Connect the device to the same network as your system.
2. On the device, download and install the SoundTouch™ app:
• If you are using a smartphone or tablet, see page 11.
• If you are using a computer, open a browser and go to: SoundTouch.com/app

Note: See page 28 for more information on setting up using a computer.

How Presets work
You can personalize six Presets to your favorite streaming music services, stations, playlists, artists, albums or songs from your music library. You can access your music, at any time, with a simple touch of a button on the SoundTouch™ system or its remote control.

Tip: You can also access your Presets using the SoundTouch™ app on your
computer, smartphone, or tablet.

What you need to know
• You can set Presets from the app, the button pad and the remote control.
• If the Preset source is your iTunes or Windows Media Player music library, ensure
the computer storing your music library is on and connected to the same network as the SoundTouch™ system.
• You cannot set Presets to a Bluetooth® stream or audio device connected
to the AUX connector.

Playing a Preset
Once you personalize your Presets using the app, press a Preset on the button pad
or on the remote control to play it. If you have not set your Presets, launch the app and set your Presets. For help, refer to the in-app help.
If using the remote control, aim the remote toward the system while pressing a
Preset on the remote.

Playing a Preset

Note: If no music plays and the SoundTouch™ indicator on the system blinks
amber, see “Setting a Preset” on page 18.

Setting a Preset
1. Stream music to the system using the app.
2. While the music is playing, press and hold a Preset on the button pad or remote control (about 2 seconds).

Setting a Preset

Pairing a Bluetooth® enabled device

enabled smartphones, tablets, computers or other audio devices to your
SoundTouch™ system. You can even stream music from Bluetooth enabled devices
that are not part of your SoundTouch™ ecosystem, such as a guest’s smartphone or
tablet. Before you can stream music from a Bluetooth enabled device, you must pair the device with your system.

1. On the system’s button pad or remote control, press and release Blutooth | AUS until the Bluetooth indicator blinks blue.

Pairing a Bluetooth® enabled device

Bluetooth®
On your Bluetooth® enabled device, turn on the Bluetooth feature.
Tip: The Bluetooth feature is usually found in Settings. A gear icon ( Setting) often represents Settings on the Home screen.

Bluetooth®

3. Select Bose ST 10 from the device list.
Once paired, your SoundTouch™ system’s name appears connected in the
device list.
4. On your Bluetooth enabled device, play music to stream to your system.
If you cannot pair your device You may need to clear the system’s Bluetooth pairing list (see page 21). After you clear the list, try pairing again (see page 19).

See “Troubleshooting” on page 25 for more information.

Connecting to a paired Bluetooth® enabled device
You can stream audio from a Bluetooth® enabled device to your system.
Note: If there are multiple devices stored in the system’s pairing list, it may take a
minute or two for the paired device to connect. Your system’s Bluetooth indicator
indicates connection status. See “Understanding the system status
indicators” on page 12.
Using the button
1. On the system’s button pad or remote control, press and release
until the Bluetooth indicator blinks blue.
The system connects to the last device that streamed to your system.
2. Once connected, on the Bluetooth enabled device, play music to stream to
your system.
Tip: If a paired device is connected, you do not need to press .
If you cannot stream audio from a paired device
Your SoundTouch™ system may have lost connection to the device. The system’s
Bluetooth indicator glows white when connected. If the paired device is out of
range of your system, move the device within range.
Using the Bluetooth® feature on the paired device
1. On the Bluetooth enabled device, turn on the Bluetooth feature.
2. Select your SoundTouch™ system from the device list.
3. Once connected, on the Bluetooth enabled device, play music to stream to
your system.

Using the Bluetooth® feature on the paired device
1. On the Bluetooth enabled device, turn on the Bluetooth feature.
2. Select your SoundTouch™ system from the device list.
3. Once connected, on the Bluetooth enabled device, play music to stream to
your system.

Clearing the system’s Bluetooth® pairing list
When you pair a Bluetooth enabled device to your system, the connection is stored
in the system’s pairing list. You may need to clear the pairing list if you cannot
connect to a device. Once you clear the list, you need to pair previously-paired
devices again.

On the button pad or remote control, press and hold (about 10 seconds) until the Bluetooth indicator double-blinks white.

Clearing the system’s Bluetooth® pairing list

Using a cable to connect an audio device
You can connect the audio output of a smartphone, tablet, computer or other type
of audio device to your system’s AUX connector. The AUX connector accepts a 3.5
mm stereo cable plug (not provided).
1. Using a stereo cable, connect your audio device to the AUX connector on the
system.

Using a cable to connect an audio device

2. On the system’s button pad or remote control, press and release until the AUX indicator glows white.
3. Start playing music on the audio device.

Updating system software

update the system within the app. However, you can also update system software
using the button pad.
1. Press Power to power the system on.
2. On the button pad, press and hold 4 and MIC (about 5 seconds).

Updating system software

Disabling Wi-Fi® capability
Disabling Wi-Fi® also disables the Bluetooth® feature.
1. Press Power to power the system on.
2. On the button pad, press 3 and hold and MIC (about 5 seconds).

Disabling Wi-Fi® capability

The Wi-Fi indicator turns off when Wi-Fi is disabled.

Re-enabling Wi-Fi® capability
Re-enabling Wi-Fi® also re-enables the Bluetooth® feature.
While the system is on, press and hold and – (about 5 seconds).
The Wi-Fi indicator glows when Wi-Fi is enabled.
Resetting the system
Factory reset clears all source, volume, and network settings from the system and
returns it to original factory settings.
1. Press to power the system on.
2. On the button pad, press and hold 1 and (about 10 seconds).

MIC

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LG Air Conditioner Remote Control Manual

LG Air Conditioner Remote Control Manual

Using Wireless Remote Control
You can operate the air conditioner more conveniently with the remote control.
Using Wireless Remote Control

conveniently with the remote control

conveniently with the remote control 2

NOTE• •Some functions may not be supported, depending on the model.• •* buttons may be changed according to the type of model.• •Press the SET/CANCEL button to operate the selected FUNC.

ENRestarting the Air Conditioner Automatically

When the air conditioner is turned on again after a power failure, this function restores the previous settings.

Disabling Auto Restart

1.Open the front cover (Type2) or horizontal vane (Type1).

2. Press the ON/OFF button and hold it for 6 seconds, then the unit will beep twice and the lamp will blink twice 4 times.•

•To re-enable the function, press the ON/OFF button and hold it for 6 seconds. The unit will beep twice and the lamp will blink 4 times.

Restarting

NOTE• •The feature may be changed according to the type of model.•

•If you press and hold the ON/OFF button for 3 – 5 seconds, instead of 6 seconds, the unit will switch to the test operation.

In the test operation, the unit blows out strong cooling air for 18 minutes and then returns to factory default settings.

Using the Mode Function

This function allows you to select the desired function.

Cooling Only Model

Cooling Only Model

Mode Cooling Mode1

Turn the appliance on.2Press MODE button repeatedly to select the Cooling Mode.• • is displayed on the display screen.3Press or button to set the desired temperature.

Heating Mode

Fan Mode

ENAuto Operation (Artificial Intelligence)

Using the Jet Mode Function

Using the Fan Speed Function

Using the Fan Speed Function

Using the Air Flow Direction Function
Using the Air Flow Direction Function

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