- Do not mount the camera into the bird box until you know it is working correctly and can be connected to via the IPC network
- Plug in the power supply into the trailing cable of the camera
- Download the app onto your smartphone or tablet - search for iCSee Pro on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store for Android
- This method of connecting to the camera is only through the 'IPC' Wi-Fi network which the camera broadcasts, so it will only work when you are very close to the camera. If you want to connect the camera to your internet router and view it anywhere in the world, you will need to follow this guide
Power up the camera and allow 30-60 seconds for the camera to boot.
Now reset the camera by holding down the white button for 30-40 seconds. This switches the camera to “AP mode”. This stands for 'Access Point mode', which means the camera will start broadcasting it's own Wi-Fi network which allows you to connect to the camera.
If this network does not appear, try turning off the Wi-Fi on your phone then turning it back on, or triple-press the white button on the end of the camera’s cable.
Now on your iOS or Android device, open Settings > Wi-Fi and connect to network with the name in the following form: IPC_XXXX. The password for this network is 1234567890.
Next, open the iCSee Pro app and tap Local Login.
To add a new device, select the + icon in the top-right.
Now tap More in the top right > Add device in same WLAN.
This will search for the camera and it should then appear in the menu, click on the camera and this will add it to your device list.
Tap on the camera; you will now notice that you can view the live image from the camera.
To use the internet again, you will need to re-connect your device to your normal internet connection. This will disconnect you from the camera. Any time you want to view the camera or recordings, you will need to get within range of the IPC Wi-Fi signal and connect your device to it again.
Hints & Tips
- Make sure that you can disconnect and reconnect to the IPC network in the location where the camera will be placed, before permanently installing it