How to Set Up a Night Hawk Wireless Outdoor Camera

There are a number of wireless camera brands available at varying prices these days. But if you are looking for a camera which you can install yourself without too much hustle and technical issues, a Night Hawk Wireless Outdoor Camera is the best option for you. Due to its ease of use and installation, Night Hawk Wireless Outdoor Cameras are used widely in homes and establishments.

If you recently purchased a Night Hawk Wireless Outdoor Camera and are looking forward to install it, the task should be as easy as pie.


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    The first thing you need to do is to provide power to the camera. Do this by plugging together the adapter end of the camera's power cable and a power cord which can be found at the back of the camera. The transformer end of the power cable now needs to be plugged into a power source. After doing so, look for an antenna which should be located on the camera’s side. Raise that antenna.

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    After you have provided power to the camera, you need to provide a power source for the receiver as well. Plug the receiver’s power cable on the outlet located at the back of the receiver and then plug the other end of the receiver’s power cable in a power outlet. Just like the camera, the receiver has an antenna too. Look for the receiver’s antenna at the back of the receiver and raise it.

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    Now you need to connect the receiver to your VCR or monitor. This can be done using the audio/video cable. Following to the colour combination, make a proper connection between the receiver and the VCR or monitor.

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    At the front of the receiver, you will see a ‘SEL’ button. Press the ‘SEL’ to establish an automatic communication link between the camera and the receiver. For an LED light under the receiver’s current channel heading to make sure that the connection has been established.

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    The last thing you need to do is to configure your VCR or television set so that it can receive audio and video feed from the receiver.

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