COOLIFE H881 Trail Camera
The trail camera is designed for hunting, animal or event observation, motion-triggered security camera for home, office, and community, and all other indoor/outdoor surveillance where evidence of invasion is needed. The working principle of the trail camera is that the infrared sensor triggers to take photos when the heating body (animal, etc.) enters the infrared sensing area of the trail camera. The sensing module of the trail camera starts the camera to complete the capture, thereby obtaining photos and videos. If the heating body (animal, etc.) leaves the infrared sensing area, the trail camera is in a dormant standby state.
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The trail camera comes with a specification of features for easy operation. It has a screen display that shows pictures and other functions. The camera is powered by batteries or external power supply and comes with a wall mount/bracket or strap for easy assembly.
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- Opening and closing the camera
- Kuyika mabatire
- Kuyika memori khadi
- Mphamvu zakunja
- Assembly with strap
- Using the wall mount/bracket
- Install the trail camera properly
- How to use the cable
Turn on and off the camera using the TEST button located on the camera. Adjust the best way of installation in test mode.
- Turn TEST, On And Off to the Camera
- Adjust the best way of installation in Test mode
The setup menu and functions for the trail camera are available in the user manual. Follow the instructions provided to customize the settings to your preferences.
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Trail camera working principle
The working principle of the trail camera is that the infrared sensor triggers to take photos. In fact, when the heating body (animal, etc.) enters the infrared sensing area of the trail camera, the sensing module of the trail camera will start the camera to complete the capture, thereby obtaining photos and videos. If the heating body (animal, etc.) leaves the infrared sensing area, the trail camera is in a dormant standby state, for example, the trail camera starts to capture again when it enters the infrared sensing area again.
- Trail camera for hunting
- Animal or event observation Motion-triggered security camera, for home, office and community
- All other indoor/outdoor surveillance where invasion evidence needed
- The H881 hunting camera uses IR LEDs with a wavelength of 850nm, which emits a faint red light at night. But most animals cannot see this infrared light and will not interfere with the animals.
- When the ambient light source is unstable, the filter inside the camera will be triggered to work, and then there will be a clicking sound accompanied by screen flickering, which is normal.
- It is recommended to use high-performance alkaline batteries, which can prolong the use time of the camera. It is not recommended to use a 1.2V rechargeable battery, because the working voltage of the hunting camera is 1.5V. If the battery voltage is insufficient, it will not properly work, and the battery may be exhausted after working for few hours (the camera will show that the battery is low).
- When using the hunting camera for the first time, please format the memory card before using.
- When installing the battery, please make sure to install the battery normally, if the battery is installed upside down, it will cause the camera to short circuit and burn out. Please note that the camera is not protected by the short circuit!
- When using the product for the first time, please remove the layer of protective film on the lens and on the sensor of the product.
- Do not damage the surface of the product sensor, if there is any scratch or damage, it will affect the normal triggering of the camera.
- Field installation: please make sure that the buckle of the camera and the bottom DC plug are all closed and sealed, otherwise the camera could be damaged in case of rain.
- Do not use the mini USB data cable to charge the camera or charge the rechargeable battery, it will seriously damage the camera.
- Please keep the camera lens and infrared sensing windows clean. If dirty, clean with the soft glasses cloth.
- For keeping the good waterproof and dustproof properties, please keep the battery compartment sealing ring clean.
- Do not touch the LCD display screen, camera lens, infrared sensing windows and IR led glasses with hands or any sharp objects.
- In case of low battery charge, please replace all the batteries on time to avoid leakage of the electrolyte that could damage the camera.
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- Up batani
- Kuwombera batani
- Batani lakumanja
- Batani Chabwino
- Dinani batani
- Batani lakumanzere
- Sewani batani
- Pansi batani
- TF kagawo
- Chingwe cha AV
- USB jack
- Ma infrared ma LED
- Front motion sensor
- Side motion sensor
- Onetsani chithunzi
Trail camera operation process
- Ikani Mabatire
- Ikani micro SD khadi
- Sinthani kupita ku TEST
- 4Press MENU to setting
- Sinthani chinenero
- Sinthani makhadi okumbukira
- Khazikitsani Tsiku ndi Nthawi
- Sinthani kuti ON kuti mugwiritse ntchito
Explanation of camera screen pictures
Opening and closing the camera
Operating buttons, connections and batteries are located inside the Wildlife Camera. A fixing for a padlock is provided between the two locking brackets, allowing the camera to be securely locked.
Open the camera as described in （2.1.） to insert the batteries. The battery compartment is housed in the right, rear part of the camera. Now open the protective cover of the battery
compartment by pulling the clamping closure at the top slightly inwards before lifting off the cover.（ The buckle can be opened with the help of a small tool）
Insert 8 x 1.5V LR6/AA high quality alkaline batteries. Make sure to insert each battery with correct polarity.
- It is not recommended to use 1.2V rechargeable batteries, because it is not enough to support the normal operation of the camera. We recommend high-performance alkaline batteries (not supplied).
- Never install different types of batteries or new and old batteries in the product at the same time.
- Anytime you load or unload batteries, make sure that the camera is OFF.
- Alamu amamveka ngati batire ili yochepa kwambiri.
- Most batteries will lose their activity when working at low temperatures, causing a potential camera failure. Put the camera indoors and it will return to work normally.
Kuyika memori khadi
A memory card must have been inserted in order to save photos (in .jpg format) and videos(in .AVI format). Insert a TF memory card in the memory card compartment before switching on the camera.
Switch OFF the camera. Insert the memory card as shown in the adjacent illustration. Push the memory card into compartment until it clicks into place.
To remove the memory card push card in again until it is partly ejected
- Please format the memory card if it is used for the first time or if it has been used with other cameras before.
- Suggest to use at least class 10 or above high.
- Be sure the power switch is OFF before inserting or removing SD cards or batteries.
- A Micro SD/TF memory card must be inserted into the memory card slot in order to save photos and videos.
- After using the memory card many times, its performance will be reduced. If the memory card performance decreases, you need to buy a new memory card.
- Don’t remove the card, don’t turn off the power while formatting or reading or saving because data could be damaged.
- If the capacity of the memory card is full, the camera will stop recording automatically and the LEDs will be off. Turn on the Endless Capture function if you want to keep on saving data: in this case the newest data will replace the oldest.
- Do not insert the memory card forcibly. Please refer to the marking on the camera. Press the edge of the card gently to pop up the TF card.
Optionally, you can connect an external 6V DC power source with at least 1.5 A to the ‘DC In’ jack at the bottom of the camera. The power connector is a 3.5×1.35 mm coaxial DC power plug with positive ‘tip’ (inside pin) polarity. Leave internal batteries in the camera during use.
- Mabatire omwe amatha kuchangidwanso sangathe kuwonjezeredwa mu kamera pogwiritsa ntchito magetsi akunja.
- It is not recommended to use a universal external power adapter, if the voltage is adjusted to inaccurate, you risk to burn the camera.
- When using an external power source, please leave four or eight new batteries( Avoid External Power Suspension).
Assembly with strap
Gwiritsani ntchito zingwe zotetezera zomwe zaperekedwa kuti mumangirire Kamera Yanyama Zakuthengo pamtengo kapena chinthu china. Zithunzi zili m'munsizi zikuwonetsa momwe mungamangirire lamba.
Position the Wildlife Camera as desired and pull the loose end of the securing strap tight until the camera is firmly secured. To release the securing strap again, pull at the tab of the securing strap.
Using the wall mount/bracket
Pogwiritsa ntchito phiri la khoma lomwe laperekedwa, kamera ikhoza kumangirizidwa bwino pamakoma kapena kudenga. Musanayike khoma phiri onetsetsani kuti mabawuti onse omwe alipo ali olimba.
- 1/4“Tripod bolt
- Counter screw/Lock nati
- Pivot bawuti
- Zobowola mabowo
- Zomangira za hexagonal
- Pulasitiki yowonjezera chubu/Mapulagi a khoma
- Zomangira zazitali za bracket yachitsulo
- Boma la mamilimita 6 / konkriti
- Chowombera mutu wa Phillips
- Ensure that there are no electric lines, water, or heating pipes installed at the proposed drilling location!
- The supplied wall plugs are only suitable for mounting on concrete or stone. Before starting the installation, please check your installation location carefully for its suitability for the plugs. The assembly material used must be suitable for the respective location. If in doubt, consult a professional.
- Chongani mabowo pobowola pogwira phazi la bulaketi pakhoma pa malo omwe mukufunikira ndikuyikapo chizindikiro pobowo.
- Use a drill with a6 mm drill bit to drill the required holes and insert the plugs and insert the wall plugs flush with the wall.
- Mangani bulaketi pakhoma pogwiritsa ntchito zomangira zomwe zaperekedwa.
- Ikani kamera pamagudumu atatuwo ndikulumikiza kamera pang'ono (pafupifupi katatu).
- Sinthani kamera kuti ifike pomwe mukufuna ndikutseka ndi nati.
- To move the camera into its final position, undo the two pivot bolts a little, position the camera, and fix the position by tightening the two pivot bolts through the hexagonal screw.
Install the camera properly
Please refer to the above installation diagram to determine the correct installation angle, install the hunting camera as horizontally as possible, and do not install it downwards, which will reduce the capture range of the camera and the shooting angle.
- The correct installation distance should be at least one meter away from the subject, otherwise, it is easy to be vague.
- Please make sure to install the hunting camera horizontally, otherwise, it may reduce the detection range of the camera.
- The installation height is determined by the size of the shooting target or the distance, such as a small hedgehog, the shooting distance should be as short as possible, and the installation height should be as low as possible).
- There should be no obvious obstructions (such as branches and leaves) in the front of the lens, and try to keep it as open as possible.
- Try to confirm that there is no strong backlight at the front of the lens, otherwise, the quality of the photos and videos taken will be seriously reduced, and noise and blurring will occur.
How to use the cable
Use a mini usb cable to connect (when viewIng files)
You need to use the camera’s mini usb cable to connect the camera body and the computer.
Connect to TV (while viewIng files)
A dedicated TV cable is required to connect the image output port of the camera body to the TV.
The camera can transfer the video signal to an external monitor or a television. Please follow the below instructions to operate
- Lumikizani kamera ku TV kudzera pa chingwe cha AV choperekedwa.
- Yatsani TV ndikuyiyika ku AV mode.
- Yatsani kamera, sinthani batani la Mode kukhala "Mayeso".
- Once connection is successful, the camera will enter playback mode and the screen turn black. The image will show on the TV.
- Because some TV models and mini USB cables have poor compatibility, it is recommended to use a TF card to view files.
- When TV output, the monitor of the camera body will not display the file.
Polumikiza Camcorder kuti PC ndi USB Chingwe
- Connect the camera to the computer via USB cable. Turn on the camera,the screen will display“MSDC”.
- Tsegulani [Makompyuta Anga] kapena [Windows Explorer]. A "Removable Disk" imapezeka pamndandanda wamagalimoto. Dinani kawiri chizindikiro cha "Removable Disk". view zamkati mwake. Zonse files amasungidwa mufoda yotchedwa "DCIM".
- Koperani zithunzi kapena files ku kompyuta yanu.
Because the USB driver of some computers cannot recognize the camera, if it is invalid, please use a card reader to read the file.
Kugwiritsa Ntchito Card Reader
- Tsegulani makhadi okumbukira kuchokera pa kamera ndikuyiyika powerenga khadi. Kenako lumikizani wowerenga khadiyo pakompyuta.
- Tsegulani [My Computer] kapena [Windows Explorer] ndikudina kawiri chithunzi cha disk chotheka chomwe chikuyimira memori khadi.
- Lembani chithunzi kapena kanema files kuchokera pa memori khadi kupita pa kompyuta yanu.
Switch to “ON”,”TEST” and “OFF” mode
When the camera is in the “TEST” mode
The camera can set parameters, check the camera, manually shoot and view photos and videos, etc.
When the camera switch to “ON”
After having switched on the camera, the screen will display 15 seconds countdown. Then the LEDs and screen will be off. The camera begins to operate independently and enter in the standby mode.
If wild animals enter the detection range of the motion sensors, the camera will be activated and detect the motion trail.
If wild animals keep on moving in the detection zone of the sensor, the camera will take photos or record video automatically.
When wild animals leave the detection zone of the sensors, the camera will be deactivated and turn back in standby mode.
When the camera switch to “OFF” mode
The camera is completely turned off.
Adjust the best way of installation in Test mode
In test mode, you can work out the optimum exposure angle and the range of the motion sensors.
During alignment, consider whether the use of the side motion sensors may be useful for attaining the desired observation results. You can activate/deactivate the side motion sensors using the described menu.
Gwirizanitsani kamera motere:
Fasten the camera to a tree or similar object at a height of 1-2 meters and align the camera in the desired direction. Then move slowly from one side of the target area to the other side. While doing this, look at the motion display.
If you see a blue light , you have been detected by one of the activated side motion sensors. If you see a green light, you have been detected by the front motion sensor. In this way, you can work out the best alignment for the camera.
The motion display only lights up when the operating mode selector switch is in the TEST position and one of the motion sensors has detected movement. During normal operation, there will be no lights on.
To ensure that the camera does not make unwanted recordings of irrelevant movements, it should not be set up in a sunny location or close to branches that can move in the wind.
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- Photo：Capture photos with motion detection.
- Video： Capture video clips with motion detection.
- Photo + Video： Capture both photos and video with motion detection. Photo resolution
Set resolution for still photos. We recommend the resolution 8MP Options： 3MP, 5MP, 8MP (preset),12MP or 16MP,21MP.
- Zithunzi zingapo
Selects how many photos you want to take in sequence per trigger. In addition to single shot mode (1 photo), you can take 2 or 3 photos in series.
- Kusintha kwavidiyo
Options: 1080P (1920 x 1080,25 fps), 720P (1080 x 720,30 fps), WVGA (720 x 480, 30 fps), VGA (540 x 480, 30 fps),( 320 x 240,30 fps)
- TL video resolution
- Utali wa Video
Set the length of each video clip recorded each time motion is detected (between 3-60 seconds or 1-10 minutes). The longer the recording time selected the shorter the operating time. The preset video length is 5 seconds.
- Kujambula kwajambula
Kutsegula ntchitoyi, mukhoza kulemba phokoso pamene kujambula kanema.
- Kuwombera kwakumbuyo
Set the time period that the camera should wait before reacting to subsequent activation of the main sensor after the initial recording. During the selected interval, the camera will not record any images or videos. This prevents the memory card from being filled up with too many files of the same event. You can select between 5-60 seconds or 1-60 minutes.
Za example, if I set up a shot lag of 1 minute, it means that the time between two consecutive records will be 1 minute no recording even if the animal keeps on moving inside the detection area, and the camera will restart to record after 1 minute.
- IR kutali
IR distance Set the distance of infrared in duction Options :
- Masensa oyenda mbali
The default setting is On. The two side PIR sensors provide a wider sensing angle and accelerate the trigger to shoot. However, in some situations, you have difficulty removing the interfering twigs or avoiding the sunlight. If so, you have the option to turn off the side sensors.
- Sensitivity motion sensors
You can choose among three values: High, Medium and Low. High: For internal areas and environments with low interference (no branches blowing in the wind);
Medium: For external areas and environments with a normal amount of interference;
Low for environments with a high level of interference. The temperature can also affect the sensitivity.
The “High” setting is suitable for warm ambient temperatures, whereas “Low” should be selected for cold Environments.
- Nthawi yolowera kujambula
Select “On” if the camera should only be active during a certain time period. In the screen menu that subsequently appears, you can then set the start and end time for the active phase.
The settings made here apply every day.
The camera will not record any images outside of the active period.
- Nthawi yatha
In Time lapse menu, there are three options as below.
[Normal]: The camera will take pictures automatically as per set time interval. For example,set the interval time to 1 hour, the camera will take a photo or video each hour(Confirmation according to your work mode is taken photo or video). If you want to observe that a plant blooms, the camera will take 24 photos in 24 hours to record the whole process of blooming.
[TL Video]: You can set the interval time.The time range is from 1 second to 24 hours. For example, set the interval to 1 hour, the camera will take a photo each hour. If the camera works for 24 hours,there will be 24 photos. These photos will be converted into a video.
- [Off]: Close the time lapse function.
- The camera needs to take multiple pictures to form the playback file. If the number of pictures taken is too small, the playback file cannot be formed but is displayed in the form of pictures.
- When you confirm “On” with the OK button, Time lapse mode disables the PIR sensor(The camera does not automatically sense to shot）and instead takes photo or records video clip automatically at your choice of intervals.This has the advantage of scouting further distances that are out of the PIR sensor’s range, such as big open areas (food plots, fields, etc), or monitoring the flowering, sunrise, and sunset
Apa mutha kukhazikitsa Chingerezi, Chijeremani, Chifinishi, Chiswidishi, Chidanishi, Chifalansa, Chitaliyana, Chidatchi, Chisipanishi, Chipwitikizi, Chijapani kapena Chitchaina ngati chilankhulo cha menyu.
- Kutenga Kwamuyaya
Set the camera to record video in loop. When the memory is full, the camera can automatically overwrite the previously taken photos or videos without stopping work.
- Nthawi & tsiku
Here you can set the date format (YYYY/MM/DD, DD/MM/YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY), the time format (12/24 hrs) and the time and date. Use LEFT and RIGHT keys to move to next field. Use UP or DOWN keys to change the setting, pressing OK button to save.
- Chithunzi stamp
Sankhani ON kuti musindikize kutentha, gawo la mwezi, tsiku, ndi nthawi pa chithunzi chilichonse (cha zithunzi zokha). Sankhani ZOZIMA popanda chizindikiro.
- Chitetezo chachinsinsi
Select “On” if you want to use a password to protect the camera from unwanted access. You can set a 4-digit combination. Once the code is set, the camera will prompt you to enter the correct code.If you have forgotten your password, please contact our official email to get the file to reset the camera.
Official email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phokoso la beep
Open / close key tone.
- Sinthani makhadi okumbukira
Fufutani (kufufuta) zonse files stored on a card to prepare it for reuse. Always format a card that has been previously used in other devices. Caution!Make sure you have downloaded and backed up any files mukufuna kusunga choyamba! Dinani OK kuti mukwaniritse, pezani MENU kuti mutuluke osasintha.
- Siriyo NO.
Sankhani "On" ngati mukufuna kugwiritsa ntchito nambala yosanjikiza kuyika kamera. Mutha kukhazikitsa kuphatikiza manambala 4. Izi zimathandiza ogwiritsa ntchito makamera ambiri kuzindikira malo akayambiransoviewkujambula zithunzizi, popeza kamera iliyonse imayika nambala yake pazithunzi zonse zomwe amajambula.
Sankhani 'Inde' ndikusindikiza OK kuti mubwezeretse magawo onse kumakonzedwe a fakitale oyambirira.
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Manufacturer:Shenzhen Gaodi Digital Co., LTD.
Address:Floor 5, Unit A, Building 4, Tianan digital City,
Chigawo cha Longgang, Shenzhen, China
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Zum Linnegraben 20, 65933,
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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