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1. Get support 1
2. Attention 1
3. Safety Caution 1
4. Applications 1
5. View Cameras on Screen (ex. HD TV or PC monitor) 3
Change Time Zone 5
6. Installation Guide for ONWOTE Cameras 6
7. View Cameras on Mobile 6
Set Motion Alert on Mobile App 10
8. View Cameras via PC 13
9. Record Video 15
10. Playback Video 18
11. Backup Video 20
12. Get more FAQ on www.onwote.com
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1. Do not reset the NVR (Network Video Recorder, the black/ white box) back to Factory
Setting to avoid cameras going offline. Once you did, you will not be able to view cameras,
and it will take some time to set everything back up for proper use.
2. To prevent your system from being hacked, please set up password for system for the first
3. Pre-test before installing: simply power on the kit and see if cameras and NVR work well. It
is a must to have cameras show up on the monitor before installing them in their final
4. Contents/Reference pictures in the manual might be different from the object due to
hardware or software upgrading.
1. NVR be away from water/no fluid container on it.
2. Utilize the product in cool places.
3. Use the specific power supplies in the package.(One for NVR, the other 4/8 smaller ones for
4. NVR operating temperature: 14°F~131°F; camera working temperature: -4°F~140°F.
5. Dust may cause a short circuit, if happens, please clean the PCB.
6. Please utilize the product under the law.
1. The NVR needs a monitor with VGA port/HD output to work with it. (except for the model
with built-in monitor)
2. The system cannot record without a hard drive, only 3.5” SATA hard drive fit for the NVR box.
Please make sure the kit you purchased is HDD pre-installed or not.
3. Keep the NVR online by connecting it to the router would allow the user to have remote
viewing via phone/tablet, etc.
(Noted: the NVR with built-in monitor has no VGA port, the reference picture above is the
standard model NVR, see all NVR models on www.onwote.com)
1. Screw the antennas on cameras and plug cameras into power source (12V 1A power
2. Screw the antennas on the NVR box and plug the NVR into power (12V 2A power adapter)
3. Connect the NVR to a standalone monitor via its HD output/VGA port, and power on them.
(Monitor is not necessary for the system with built-in screen; laptop cannot be used as a
monitor; do not connect a PC monitor to the PC and NVR box at the same time; cables for
HD output and VGA port are not included in the kit)
4. Within seconds, you should see cameras’ video on screen.
5. Plug the mouse into USB port on the rear panel of NVR and start operating.
Default User Name: admin
Password: None ( leave it blank and click【OK】)
Noted: To prevent your system from being hacked, please set up password for your system
for the first time: right click the mouse-->【System Setup】-->【System Admin】-->【User】-->
How to Change Time Zone?
Right click the mouse, click【System Setup】-->【General Setup】-->【Time setup】to change
the time zone (Worldwide Time zone), Finally click 【Apply】. The system’s time will be
automatically updated (see the picture below)
Positioning and Mounting
Camera adapter is about 10 feet long. Please confirm all adapters can work before installing
To have better signal, the camera antennas should be paralleled with the NVR antennas.
Mount the bracket
1. Please mark the installation position before drilling holes on the wall.
2. Drill three holes on the wall or ceiling.
3. Insert the plastic tubes in the holes (green or white ones in the screw bag in each camera
box). drill the screws and have the camera fixed on the wall. (see the left picture as below)
Adjust the angle of the bracket
Use the L shape wrench (in the screw bag in each camera box) to loosen the bracket first, then
adjust any angle you want (see the right picture above)
Step 1: Connect the NVR and router with an Ethernet cable ( WAN port for NVR, LAN port for
router). Wait until see the Device ID and the status shows “ONLINE” on the right bottom
corner (Note: Make sure do not use the Cloud ID shows on the picture below, it is just an
>> If the status does not change to “ONLINE”, please double check the Ethernet cable
>> If it is not the issue above, please right click your mouse on screen, go to【System Setup】-->
【Network Setup】; Enable the【DHCP】-->【Apply】(see the picture as below).
If those above are not helpful, contact us directly at [email protected].
Step 2: Download the App. Scan the QR-Code below to download or search IP Pro in App store
or Google Play.
Step 3: Run the app, click “Register” to create an account and login.
Step 4: Click【+】on the right upper corner --> select【Cloud ID】（find out the ID from Step 1
and input it, see the pictures as below)
Description: Type a device name
User Name: default: “admin”
Attention: the username & password should be the same one you use to log in system on screen
as picture below (NVR monitor), if you have updated the password, please type the updated one
Password: default（leave it blank, do not input anything）
Channels: select “4” or “8” according to your camera quantity.
Step 5: Tab “save” to Submit it to the device list.
Step 6: Click on any channel to open all cameras’ live video. Click on “SD” to select video
Set Motion Alert on Mobile App
Step 1: Right click the mouse, click【System setup】-->【Channel Setup】
Step2: Click【Video detection】to do alarm setting. When you have done setting for channel-1,
you can choose 【Copy to】-->【Apply】to enable other channels have the same setting.
Step3: Enable【APP Alarm】to enable mobile app push alerts on your smart phone.
Step4: Start 【motion detection】on mobile app. Login in your mobile app account, find【Me】
at the bottom of your app --> click【Alarm Setting】-->turn on【Alarm Setting】
Step5: Make sure the【Allow Notifications】in the setting of your mobile phone is on.
Download and install the CMS software on your computer.
Download link: http://www.onwote.com/download_category.php
Step 1: Start the CMS software and log in.
Default user name: admin;
Default Password: Please do not input anything, just leave it blank.
Click【+】on the upper right corner.
Step2: Enter your cloud ID, user name and password, then click add.
Default user name: admin;
Default password: Please do not input anything, just leave it blank.
Attention: the username & password should be the same one you use to log in system on
screen (NVR monitor), if you have updated the password, please type the updated one here.
Step 3: Go to the preview page and you will see the device was successfully added and listed on
the right. Click on device name to view the cameras’ live video. You may need to wait a few
seconds for the system to connect
Note: Please confirm the kit you purchased is HDD pre-installed, if not, there’s no way to play
video record. Please see Applications on page 1)
Installing a hard drive (if your system has pre-installed a hard drive, please go to Step 5
Step1: Turn off the NVR, unscrew it and remove the cover.
Step2: Plug the SATA and data cables into the corresponding ports on HDD.
Step3: Place the HDD. (mind the cables and don’t twine)
Step4: Hold the hard drive and turn the NVR over, position the screw holes on the HDD to the
holes on NVR, screw and fix the HDD.
Step5: Right click the mouse, go to【System setup】-->【General Setup】-->【HDD setup】, tick
【√】in the box--> click【Format】
2. Record video
Right click the mouse --> Go to【System setup】-->【Record Setup】--> You shall see the record
settings for all channels. The default record setting is 24 hours full day for all channels. Change
the record setting according to your preference and apply the change.
Default Recording Mode: 24*7 continuous recording.
Time Scheduled Recording: set time periods you want the NVR to record. Right click the mouse
--> 【System Setting】-->【Record Setting】You will see 4 periods settable.
Motion Detected Recording: Motion Record means to record only when movement is detected.
Right click the mouse -->【System Setting】--> 【Record Setting】. By unselecting Time and
selecting Motion, the channel will record only when motion detected.
Tips: “Copy to” button. When you change the settings, it only applies to channel 1 by default. If
you want to apply the change to all channels, please click “Copy to” to copy the setting to all
Step 1: Playback on screen/monitor
Right click the mouse -->【Video playback】--> Choose how many minutes you want to playback
or【Manual search】--> Choose the channel you want to play back--> click【Search】--> click
Step 2: Playback on mobile
Play back videos in the HDD on your mobile. Run the App --> click【Playback】--> choose【date
and channel】--> click【Search】. You should see the video list, and then play back the video on
Backup the video with USB flash disk:
Plug the disk to the USB port on the rear panel of NVR -->Right click the mouse-->【Video
Backup】--> choose the channel and time period --> click【Search】--> Choose the video clips
you want to backup --> click【Backup】.
Note: If there are only one USB port on your NVR, please use the USB HUB to backup video.
(see as the picture below)
Contact [email protected] if this does not solve the problem.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These 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
this 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 to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
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. Note:
Modifications to this product will void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.