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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Revised: Feb 28, 2013
Multi-Functional Deluxe Clock Camera
SB-CC8434
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Remote Control
Power On / Of
Camera
Status Light
Speak Time /
Snooze
Motion Activated
Recording
Photo Audio Recording
Standard Video
Recording
Note: You may need to pull out
a small plastic tab before remote
control will operate
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USB Connector
SD Memory Card
Power Switch
Clock Controls
Rechargeable
Battery
Note: You may
need to remove a
small paper tab for
operation
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Te Clock Camera must have an SD card inserted to work properly. It will accept a Micro SD
card of up to 16 GB in size.
1. Te SD card slot is located on the back of the device.
2. Gently place the SD card into the slot as shown, with the gold connections facing DOWN
and the printing facing UP.
3. Gently push the SD card into the slot. It will click into place. DO NOT FORCE the SD card
into place. If there is any resistance, remove the SD card. Check the position of the card, and
try again. An incorrectly inserted card may damage your device and void your warranty.
4. When the SD card is properly inserted, it will look like the bottom picture.
BEFORE FIRST USE - SD CARD
Step 2 - SD card partially
inserted into SD card slot
Wrong! Tis SD card is upside-
down.
Tis SD card is properly
inserted.
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You will need 1 fle from our website to set the time and date on your device.
1. Go to www.SafetyBasement.com
2. Search for item SB-CC8434
3. Click on the Photo of the Clock Camera to get to the full product page.
4. Scroll down a bit, under the photos of the device, and click on the tab TECH SUPPORT.
5. Right-click on the fle link and save the TIME.TXT fle to your desktop. We will use this
shortly.
BEFORE FIRST USE - FILES
No other fles are required for use of your Clock Camera with Windows or Mac PCs. It uses
standard drivers that are already installed on your computer.
Please refer to the last page of this manual for suggested sofware for playback of your media
fles.
Please fully charge your Clock Camera before frst use.
1. Insert one end of the included USB cable into the USB port on the device.
2. Please be sure that the device is set to OFF.
3. Insert the other end of the USB cable into a free USB port on your PC. Please plug it
directly into the PC and do not use a Hub. Your device may not work properly with a Hub.
4. Charge for several hours before putting your device into place.
BEFORE FIRST USE - CHARGING
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SETTING RECORDER TIME
When your device is charged, you can set the time and date. Note - please wait until the
charging is done to do this step, or the time you set will be of by several hours.
Your device must be ON when you want to access your fles on your PC.
1. Connect the USB cable to your device.
2. Connect the other end of the USB cable to your computer. Please do not use a USB hub as
your device may not work properly.
3. Turn ON the Power Switch on the back of the device.
4. Use your Remote Control, aim at the front of the device and press the Red Power Button.
Te blue status light should appear.
5. Your computer should now recognize your device. It will behave like any other external
storage device. Note: the frst time you access your device, your computer may install
standard drivers. Tis is normal.
You are now going to use the TIME.TXT fle you downloaded from our website.
6. OPEN the TIME.TXT fle on your desktop using a simple text editor on your computer.
For Windows, use NOTEPAD. In Mac OS X, use TEXTEDIT.
7. In this fle is the date and time. Please adjust the numbers to the current date and time. Do
not make any changes to the punctuation or space included in this number.
For example, if you are changing the date and time to 3:30pm on Feb 22, 2013, the fle will
look like this:
2013/02/22 15:30:00
Please note the space, the punctuation and the 24 hour clock.
YEAR(SLASH)MO(SLASH)DY(SPACE)HR:MN:SC
8. Save this fle.
9. Now, COPY this fle from your desktop.
10. Your Clock Camera should appear as an external drive. Open that folder.
11. PASTE the TIME.TXT fle into your device. Te Clock Camera will use this time and date
the next time you turn it on, which you should do now or your time and date will not be
correct.
12. Use the Remote Control. Press the Power Button. Te blue status light should go dark.
13. Turn OFF the main power switch.
14. Unplug the device from your PC.
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SETTING RECORDER TIME
15. Turn the device Power Switch ON.
16. Use the Remote Control, and press the Power Button. Te blue status light in the front will
turn on.
17. Your device time and date is now set.
Later, when reviewing your fles, if you do not see a date stamp, or the date stamp is incorrect,
repeat the steps above. Be sure to check the punctuation and format of the date and time, it
must be correct.
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ALARM CLOCK FUNCTIONS
NOTE: Te alarm clock functions of this devices are NOT set by the Recording time / date fle
you set previously. Te alarm clock functions are controlled separately and are similar to any
other standard alarm clock.
2013
SET DATE & TIME
1. Press the SET button. Te front display will blink.
2. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to set the YEAR.
3. Press SET again and the MONTH and DATE will appear. Te MONTH will be blinking.
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4. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to set the MONTH.
5. Press SET again and adjust the DAY, HOUR and MINUTES the same way.
6. Afer you set the MINUTES, press SET again and your changes will be saved.
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ALARM CLOCK FUNCTIONS
SET ALARM
1. Press the MODE button. Te front display will show 4 lines.
2. Press SET to set the HOUR for your Alarm. It will be blinking.
12:00
3. Use UP and DOWN to choose the Hour for your Alarm.
4. Press SET again and the MINUTES will blink. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to set the
MINUTES.
5. Press SET again. Now choose the amount of time you want to SNOOZE for. You can
SNOOZE for 1 - 60 minutes.
6. Press SET again. Now choose the Alarm Sound that you want. You can choose a Nature
Sound (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) or a standard beeping alarm (6).
7. Press MODE to save your settings.
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ALARM CLOCK FUNCTIONS
24 HOUR CLOCK / TEMP
1. To alternate between a 24 hour and 12 hour clock, press the UP button.
2. To alternate between Celsius and Fehrenheit temperature display, press the DOWN button.
TALKING TIME
1. To hear the time, press the SNOOZE bar.
NATURE SOUNDS
You can fall asleep to the sounds of nature with this option.
1. Press the TIME button to choose how long you want the sounds to play, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50
or 60 minutes.
2. HOLD the SNOOZE button down for 3 seconds, until the sound starts to play. Te display
will count down the remaining time.
3. Choose a diferent sound by pressing the SNOOZE button to pause. Press SNOOZE again
and the countdown will restart using the next Nature Sound option.
4. To cancel the sounds and countdown, press the MODE button 2 times to return to the
standard clock display.
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RECORDING
Power On / Of
Blue Status Light
Motion Activated
Recording
Photo Audio Recording
Standard Video
Recording
Power Switch
NOTE: Te main Power Switch on the back of the clock must be ON for recordings. Camera
functions will not work while connected to USB.
1. Press the POWER button on the Remote Control. A blue status light will appear on the
clock face. Tis status light will go dark in certain cases.
2. To Stop using Recoding functions of this clock: frst, stop the current mode by pressing the
appropriate button on the remote. For example, to stop using Motion Activation, press the
Motion Activation button. Te blue status light will appear when in Stand By Mode.
3. In Stand By Mode, with blue status light ON, press the Power Button on the Remote
Control. Te blue status light should go OFF.
4. Now you can turn OFF the main Power Switch on the back of the clock.
Refer to instructions for retreiving your fles using the USB cable and your PC.
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RECORDING
1. With the clock in Stand By Mode (see previous step), press the Motion Activated
Recording button on the Remote Control.
2. Te status light will go dark. It is waiting for motion before starting.
3. Wave your hand in front of the camera and the status light will blink 2 times. You are
recording in Motion Activation Mode.
4. To stop recording, press the Motional Activation Mode button on the Remote Control. Te
blue status light will appear. You are now in Stand By Mode.
NOTE: Your clock will record for 3 minutes when motion activated. It will continue to record
additional 3 minute videos as long as motion is detected.
MOTION ACTIVATED
1. With the clock in Stand By Mode (see previous step), press the Video Recording button on
the Remote Control.
2. Te status light will blink 3 times, then go dark. You are now recording.
3. To stop recording, press the Video Recording button againon the Remote Control. Te blue
status light will appear. You are now in Stand By Mode.
NOTE: Your clock will save a video fle every 3 minutes in standard mode.
STANDARD VIDEO
1. With the clock in Stand By Mode (see previous step), press the Audio Recording button on
the Remote Control.
2. Te status light will blink 1 time, then go dark. You are now recording audio only
3. To stop recording, press the Audio Recording button againon the Remote Control. Te blue
status light will appear. You are now in Stand By Mode.
AUDIO ONLY RECORDING
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RECORDING
1. With the clock in Stand By Mode (see previous step), press the Photo button on the Remote
Control.
2. Te status light will go dark. It is waiting for motion before starting.
3. Wave your hand in front of the camera and the status light will blink 2 times. You are
recording in Motion Activation Mode.
4. To stop recording, press the Motional Activation Mode button on the Remote Control. Te
blue status light will appear. You are now in Stand By Mode.
PHOTOS
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Note: Be sure you shut down your device properly as stated in the instructions. You should have
a steady blue status light. Ten turn OFF with the remote, then OFF on the Power Switch.
WINDOWS - RETRIEVE YOUR FILES
1. Plug one end of USB cable into device.
2. Plug the other end into a free USB port on your PC. Do not use a USB hub.
3. Turn ON the main Power Switch.
4. Press the Power Button on the Remote Control.
5. Please wait until Windows recognizes your device. Tis may take several seconds. Note: the
frst time you connect your device, Windows may install standard drivers. Tis is normal.
6. Access your device as you would any standard Flash Drive.
7. COPY your fles from the device to a folder on your PC. You may now highlight and
DELETE the fles from your device.
8. Be sure to properly EJECT your device from Windows before unplugging it.
MAC OS X - RETRIEVE YOUR FILES
1. Plug one end of USB cable into device.
2. Plug the other end into a free USB port on your Mac. Do not use a USB hub.
3. Turn ON the main Power Switch.
4. Press the Power Button on the Remote Control.
5. Please wait until Mac recognizes your device. Tis may take several seconds. It will mount as
a Device in your FINDER.
6. Access device as you would any standard FLASH DRIVE.
7. SPECIAL NOTES TO MAC USERS!
8. To properly save your fles to your Mac, MOVE your fles, rather than copy.
9. Create a folder on your Mac.
10. Highlight the fles on the device.
11. CMD CLICK and drag the fles to your folder. Let go and choose MOVE.
12. To properly empty your device on Mac, be sure to Empty your Trash Can before ejecting the
device.
13. Be sure to properly EJECT your device from Mac before unplugging it.
NOTE: Please copy your fles to your PC for smoother playback. For larger fles, you may fnd it
faster to remove the SD card and plug it directly into an SD card reader.
Tank you! And enjoy your new device from SafetyBasement.com!
CONNECTING TO PC / MAC
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Video Format .AVI, Motion JPEG
Video Resolution 1280x960
Audio in Video File PCM
Mono
Audio Sample Rate in Video File 8000 Hz
Photo Format JPEG
Photo Resolution 1600x1200
Audio Only Format WAV
Audio Bit Rate 64 kbps
Memory (Optional SD Card) Up to 32 GB
DEVICE SPECIFICATIONS
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Your Windows PC or Mac has built-in sofware that will play most of the fles created by devices
like yours. However, if you are having problems playing your fles, or need more options, please
download and try these programs.
Tis sofware is free and can be downloaded directly from the links below. You can fnd support
and tutorials for these programs on their respective websites. SafetyBasement can not provide
sofware support for these programs
As with ANY fles you download from the internet, be sure to scan them for viruses using your
particular virus scanner. While most users report no issues using this sofware, we can not be
responsible for any damage caused by this sofware. Please proceed carefully. Back up your PC
before installing any new sofware.
VIDEO PLAYBACK - VLC
(http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html)
Te VLC Media Player can play almost any video or audio fle type. Tere is
a version for Windows and for Mac OS X.
VIDEO EDITING for WINDOWS - MOVIE MAKER 2012
(http://windows.microsof.com/en-US/windows/get-movie-maker-
download)
Movie Maker is a simple video editing program from Microsof. Please go
to this link, and choose the download for your version of Windows. Please
note: Movie Maker is part of the Windows Essentials package.
VIDEO EDITING for MAC OS X - iMOVIE
(Visit the Apple Mac App Store for latest version)
iMovie is a simple video editing program from Apple. It comes installed with
your new Mac. Te latest version is also available at the Mac App Store at
additional cost.
AUDIO PLAYBACK and EDITING - AUDACITY
(http://audacity.sourceforge.net/)
Audacity is a popular audio editing program used by amateurs and
professionals to edit simple and complex audio projects. You can use
Audacity to convert your audio fles to another format, such as MP3. Tere
is a version for Windows and Mac OS X.
PHOTOS
Your Windows and Mac computers have the ability to do basic editing of
photos built in.
SUGGESTED SOFTWARE