CLS 360° 4G Camera Set Up Guide.

Step 1.

Screw the 3 small bolts into the mounting bracket - not fully tight.

Feed the camera cables through the mounting bracket.

Move the mount so it is in line with the arrow on the camera body.

Tighten the three bolts to securely attach the bracket to the camera body.

Step 2.

Inserting SIM & SD Card

Remove the rectangular access panel with a screwdriver from the back of the camera.

Insert your SIM card (2) and SD card (1) as shown in the photo.

Both the SD card and the SIM card should gently click into place.

The SIM card should be placed with the silver chip facing down.

Activating SIM Card (giffgaff only)

On your phone or tablet download the giffgaff app.

On the app select ‘Activate SIM’ (you'll be redirected to a web page).

Enter the activation code, a 6-digit code on the SIM card holder.

Select activate sim and enter your personal details.

Select register, then choose a goodybag or pay as you go.

Fill in your payment details and activate your sim.

Step 3.

Holding the 360 camera by the mounting bracket connect it to the power. The camera body will begin to move/rotate during the start-up process.

Connect the black speaker to the RCA connector on the camera the chrome-headed cable coming from the camera.

The rest of the cables are not required, you only need to use the DC barrel connector for power supply (Pictured far right).

If you are using the 12V leisure battery connection leads, you will not need to use the camera's power supply adapter.

Step 5.

Install your camera in your chosen location with mobile signal and re-connect to the power.

Using your Revo 360 Dome 4G Camera

To move your 360 camera, place your finger or thumb in the
centre of the screen and swipe in the direction you want to move the camera.

The camera defaults to SD ‘standard definition' when installed, click on SD to change to HD for higher quality.

Within the app menu you will find recording/photo options along with the zoom function

Your camera will auto-focus, don’t use the manual-focussing found within the zoom option

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