MMS/GPRS Security Camera User’s Manual BG30L For Model：BG30L
Content 1 Product Feature...................................................................................2 1.1 General Description ....................................................................….2 1.2 Camera Body Interfaces..................................................................2 1.3 Shooting Information Display ........................................................3 1.4 Product Feature...............................................................................4 2 Cautions .........
BG30 series 1 1 Product Feature Product Feature 1.1 General Description The BG30 is a mini GSM MMS Alarm system, based on GSM GPRS MMS (Multimedia Massage Service), GSM SMS (Short Message Service) and GSM Voice Technologies. When it activated, will send MMS(Pictures) alerts to your cellphone or Email and send Text Alerts by SMS to your mobile phone immediately. Also, you can let the GSM MMS Alarm System BG30 send pictures to you in fixed time.
BG30 series 1 Product Feature 1.3 Shooting Information Display When the camera is turned on (the power switch is slid to ON position), the camera setting information will be displayed in the monitor.
BG30 series 1 Product Feature 1.4Product Feature 1. This product can use TF card (Micro-SD card) to store images. 2.
BG30 series 1 Product Feature address. 3. Integrated PIR detector to provide precise and timely alarm. 4. Built-in CMOS camera and infrared LED. Even in dark environment, camera can get clear images. 5. SMS remote control: User can control the camera by SMS command or calling. 6. Listen in the monitoring area: Call the device number to listen in monitoring area.(Only pre-set number to dial the camera ) 7. Multimode alarm: Camera can send alarm messages by SMS, MMS, E-mail. 8.
BG30 series 2 Cautions 2 Cautions Please use this product according to the law. Respect one another’s privacy. Neither monitor another’s home nor private. We hold no responsibility for the illegal use of this product. We don’t guarantee for the document veracity, reliability or any content except regulate in proper laws. Including no guarantee for product suitable market or suitable area promise.
BG30 3 Quick Introductions 3 Quick Start 3.1 Install TF card and SIM card Open the battery cover. Insert TF card and SIM card into the card slot accordance with the direction shown. Follow the right direction 3.2 Insert the battery and Power on Open the battery cover. Find the spare lithium battery connector and insert the lithium battery. Insert adapter the into power the Power/USB interface for power supply, and slide the power switch to ON position.
BG30 3.3 3 Quick Introductions Quick start Settings Must Be Done 1 Must set a master number to the camera. 2 Must correctly set the network parameters for MMS and E-mail. 3 Must have at least one receiving phone number and one receiving E-mail address. 4 Must choose a proper Send Mode: Number(send MMS to mobile phone),E-mail(send pictures to E-mail),Local(just save pictures to TF card, don’t send out). *[1-4 can be set on computer via profile.
BG30 3 Quick Introductions A new file named”profile.txt” is created automatically in a new folder named “MMS” in the TF card. Reedit the file to set the MMS parameters, below is for reference: Step3: Choose “Send Mode” There are 3 mode: Number(Send MMS to mobile phone),E-mail(Send images to E-mail address),and Local(Just store images in the TF card, do not send out). For the first use, we suggest you choose “Number” to test if you can get MMS.
BG30 3 Quick Introductions Arm status is the work status. If you are in Setting Status, there are two methods to go to Arm Status: 1 Do not press any key and wait for 1 minute, the camera will automatically switch to Arm Status; 2 Use the remote control, press “A”, then it will go to Arm Status immediately. After going to Arm Status, if the camera is triggered it will automatically work.
BG30 3 Quick Introductions Step6: Get on spot images via SMS When the camera is armed and the Send Mode is Number, you can send a text message “#T#” to your camera’s SIM card number to get an on spot image.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings 4 Basic use and settings 4.1 Mount the camera Camera can be mounted on a wall or put down on any suitable horizontal surface. 1)According to base board installing hole space, make holes on the wall with a power drill. 2)Fix base board with the host by connecting screw hole. 3)Press “ ”button to open the laser pointer for helping positioning. 4.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings the images in the TF card but doesn’t send out. Only insert SIM card: After take photos and it just sends out via MMS or email but doesn’t store in the TF card. Both insert TF and SIM card: take photos, store in the TF card and send out to your phone or your email.） Disarm Status: The camera will not be triggered in disarm status. 4.3 User authorization There are two users: Master and normal users.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings camera. Method1: Send SMS command: Send #BG30#5555#your phone number# to your camera’s SIM card. Here 5555 is the original master’s password. Please note all the SMS commands should begin and end with “#”. For example, if you phone number is 13800138000,you can edit #BG30#5555#13800138000# to set your phone number as the master number. If success, reply SMS: Dear master, your number is 13800138000. If fail, reply SMS: Please check the password. Method2: Editing the profile.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings . 4.6 Set MMS parameters If you want get instant MMS images when the camera is triggered, you should set the MMS parameters correctly. Method1: Send SMS command: #M#URL#IP#Port#APN#Account#Password# The following chart shows the meaning of each field. Please note there is a “#” between each field. Please don’t forget the character “#” at the end of the command. Please note each field has a max. character number limit. If success, reply SMS: http://mmsc.monternet.com, 10.0.0.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings For more details of URL, APN, IP, Port, Account and Password, please contact your network service provider. 4.7 Set email parameters You also can choose Send Email mode to get the pictures via a cheaper channel. This Send Email mode can send out the pictures via GPRS internet but WAP, so the communication cost is much lower than MMS.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings For more details of GPRS APN, GPRS Account and GPRS Password, please contact your network service provider. 4.8 Set receiving email address Method1: Send SMS command: #N#Receiving phone number 1# Receiving phone number 2# Receiving phone number 3# Receiving phone number 4# The receiving phone number1 is the master number. Please note each field has a max. character number limit. Reply SMS: http://mmsc.monternet.com, 10.0.0.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings receiving phone number 2, receiving phone number 3, Method2: Editing the profile.txt: fill the receiving phone number field. 4.9 Get on spot photo Method: Send SMS command: Edit SMS #T# send to your camera’s SIM card. If fail, reply SMS: Photo error:xx , Settings error:xx , MMS error:xx or Time out! If success, the camera will take an on-spot picture and send to your mobile phone. 4.10 Arm Method1: Send SMS command: Edit SMS #A# and send to your camera’s SIM card.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings Edit SMS #D# and send to your camera’s SIM card. If success, reply SMS: Disarm mode is active! If fail, reply SMS: Command error! Please check again. Method2: Use the remote control Use the remote control, press the button “D” to disarm the camera; 4.12 Check camera settings Method1: Send SMS command: Edit SMS #L# and send to your camera’s SIM card.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings Format the SD-card. All images and videos in the SD-card will be deleted. Choose how long the camera will stop PIR 0–59 seconds, functioning after each triggering. The 1 Minute Interval 1-60 minutes camera’s PIR will be disabled during this interval. Photo Choose the continuous shooting 1 Photo 2 -9Photos Burst numbers after each triggering.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings each triggering. The default value is 1 minute. Press “◄” and “►” to decreases or increases the value. ▼Timer This parameter defines a certain time lapse in a day when the camera can be triggered, while in the rest of the time lapse the device is shut off. The effective value ranges from 00:00:00 to 23:59:59. Timer Switch OFF means the camera works all along; Timer switch ON means the camera works only during the time lapse according to the preset settings.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings If success，reply SMS: Interval 10:30, Burst 2, Work Day 1110001, Time Switch OFF, Date Time: 2011/8/2418:12:12, Active Zone: 0111111 If fail, reply SMS: Command error! Please check again. Note: #E# can’t be omitted when use this command to change any camera settings. 4.14 Format TF card Method1: Send SMS command: Edit SMS #F# and send to your camera’s SIM card. If success，reply SMS: Format SD card successfully! If fail, reply SMS: Format SD card failed! 4.
BG30 4 Basic use and settings If success，it will reply SMS: A: Arm, D: Disarm, H: help, L: look over settings, T: take photo. 4.17 Use the Remote control You can use the remote control to easily arm (button A) or disarm (button D). Also you can dial the emergency numbers via button C in case of emergency. Press button B can open or close the laser (You can easily mount the camera with the help of the laser point.).
BG30 4 Basic use and settings 4.18 Load and remove a wireless sensor Any 433MHz wireless sensor, such as infrared body sensor, wireless door magnet, wireless smoke detector etc. can be set as an alarm sensor of the camera. Method to load or remove a wireless sensor: 1. Power on the wireless sensor; 2. Enter the Setting Status, press LEFT button and enter the study code menu. Choose Zone1 or Zone2,press OK button, then trigger the wireless sensor to check if the sensor is loaded successfully .
BG30 5 SMS command list 5 SMS command list Below is a SMS command list for example. N o. 1 Function Set Master Number 2 Set Normal Users 2 Set MMS Parameters 3 Set Email Parameters 4 Set Receiving Email address 5 Set Receiving Email Address 6 Get on spot Photo 7 Arm 8 Disarm 9 Check camera settings 10 Set Camera Parameters 11 12 13 Format TF Card Set Password Help SMS Command #BG30#5555#13800138000# #N#13800138001#13800138002#138001380 03# #M#http://mmsc.monternet.com#10.0.0.
BG30 AppendixⅠ: Technical Specifications AppendixⅠ: Technical Specifications Image Sensor Lens Detection Range Display Screen Memory Card Picture Resolution PIR Sensor Trigger Time Weight * Operation/Storage Tem. Interval Photo Burst Power Supply Stand-by Current Display Screen Dimensions Operation Humidity Security authentication *without battery 0.3MP Color CMOS F/NO=3.1mm FOV(Field of View)= 80°(BG30L) BG30L:22M; 1.4” LCD 2GB TF card VGA Multi Zone 0.3s 0.15 kg -20 - +60°C / -30 - +70°C 1s – 60 min.
BG30 Appendix Ⅱ: Parts List AppendixⅡ: Parts List Part Name Security camera Remote control Power adaptor Lithium battery USB cable Universal mounting kit Adhesive tape User Manual Warranty Card 2G TF Card 433M Wireless sensor Quantity One Two One One One One One One One One (Option) - 27 -