The device is powered by the mains power supply.
The monitor is compatible with 802.11 b/ g/ n networks (2.4GHz).
It is not compatible with 802.11a (5GHz) network.
If you have problem connecting the monitor (or the LED indication on the monitor keeps flashing amber or green), try the following:
When connecting a monitor, note the following:
Place the Phone's QR code in front of the Monitor's lens at 5cm and then slowly move away up to 20cm. This should make the scan successful, repeat if necessary.
For Apple devices, if Assistive Touch is enabled, make sure the on-screen button is not overlapping with the QR code.
If the above does not help:
However, to avoid un-intentional disruption of power supply to the monitor (e.g., when the computer is switched off), we recommend using the adaptor and power supply from the mains.
When night vision is switched on, the image is in black and white.
The night vision functions by sending infra-red light from the monitor to the environment. The monitor then converts this invisible infra-red light to visible black-and-white image.
The monitor is equipped with an AUTO option for night vision. When the environment is dark, the night vision would be switched on automatically. When the environment is bright enough again, the night vsion would be off automatically.
If the image is continuously black and white no matter the brightness level of the room, it is probably because the night vision is switched to ON (instead of “AUTO”).
If you are using iVideon’s Gold, Silver or 2-week free trial subscription plan, recorded video clips can be exported and archived.
Follow the below steps to archive the recorded video:
The home monitor works with In.Sight+ App, available in iOS and Android version, free of charge.
Search for “In.Sight+” in Apple App store or Google Play.
Note: The App “In.Sight” (without “+”) works with other models and does not work with this home monitor.
To reset the monitor to erase the Wi-Fi connection:
To reset the monitor to factory settings:
The reset button is located on the back of the monitor, as indicated on the diagram.
Before giving it to another user, make sure you reset the monitor to erase the Wi-Fi settings.
The new user can then add the monitor to his own In.Sight+ account.
If the monitor is to be re-located to another place with the same Wi-Fi network (for example, moving from one room to another room in your home):
If the monitor is to be re-located to another place with a different Wi-Fi network:
For iOS users:
For Android users:
Note: The steps may vary on different Android devices.