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BCF 860 Baby Monitor 

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ENGLISH

Operating Manual

Please read and observe the following in­
formation and keep the operating manual

nearby for future reference!

Safety information

 WARNING!

• Risk of fatal injury through cable!
Ჾ Children could become entangled in the cables and strangle
themselves.
Ჾ Ensure that the baby monitoring units and power cables are
out of reach of babies/children, i.e. they are at least one meter
away. 

• Risk of explosion!
Ჾ Only use the power adapter plugs supplied!

Ჾ Only use batteries supplied or ones of the same type!

Ჾ Always treat batteries with due care and attention and only
use batteries as described.
Ჾ Never use standard and rechargeable batteries together.
Never use rechargeable batteries or standard batteries with
different capacities or charge statuses together. Never use
standard or rechargeable batteries which are damaged.

• Risk of suffocation through small objects, packaging and
protective foil!
Ჾ Keep children away from the product and its packaging!

 CAUTION!

• Risk of fire through power adapter plugs!
Power adapter plugs can heat up.
Ჾ Never leave any objects on the power adapter plugs. Ensure
access to power adapter plugs is not obstructed by furniture or
such.

• Risk of tripping due to improperly laid cable!
Ჾ Lay the cables so that nobody can trip over them!

• Risks to health and the environment from batteries!
Ჾ Never open, damage or swallow batteries or allow them to
pollute the environment. They could contain toxic and ecolo­
gically harmful heavy metals.

Operating elements

Receiver unit

1 Antenna

2  button: Change transmitter unit
3

 button: Feed alert / Zoom

4 Stand
5 Display
6

 button: Confirm input / Open menu

7

 button: Navigation in menu

8

 button: Talk button / Back

9 Microphone

10 AV port (3.5 mm socket)
11 LED, status indicator
12

 button: Receiver unit on/off switch

13 SD card slot
14 Power adapter socket
15 Loudspeaker
16 Battery compartment

Transmitter unit

17

 button: Transmitter unit on/off switch

18 LED, status indicator
19 Camera
20 LED, night vision
21 Microphone
22

 button: Increase volume

23

 button: Reduce volume

24 Temperature sensor
25 Power adapter socket
26 Light sensor

Intended use

The baby monitor serves to monitor a baby/child in a room. The
transmitter unit, located near the child, transmits noises and images
from its immediate vicinity to the receiver unit. Any other use is con­
sidered unintended use. Unauthorised modification or reconstruction
is not permitted. Under no circumstances open the devices or com­
plete any repair work yourself.

The devices are not intended for medical purposes. Warning
and signal tones from respiratory or heartbeat monitoring equip­

ment are not transmitted.

Use only in suitable environments

Observe all local directives and regulations.
Prevent excessive exposure to smoke, dust, vibration, chemicals,
moisture, heat and direct sunlight.

Package contents

- Receiver unit
- Transmitter unit
- Base for transmitter unit
- Battery for receiver unit
- 2 power adapter plugs
- Operating manual

Display and explanation of operations

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Action to take

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Result of action

[2]

Reference in the graphic
Press the button

Press and hold the button

5 sec. 

Keep the button pressed for 5 seconds

Select menu options by pressing the Navigation
button 

 and confirm it by pressing 

┠Play All┨

Menu option in the display
Icon in the display

Inserting the battery in the receiver unit

Ჾ Slide the cover on the rear downwards and remove it.

Ჾ Insert the battery in the battery compartment [16], ensure correct
polarity.

Ჾ Close the battery compartment.

Charge the batteries for at least 12 hours when charging for the
first time and ensure they are subsequently discharged and

charged fully. This aids a long service life of the batteries.

Inserting the SD card in the receiver unit

In order to record videos or pictures, an SD card must be inserted
(not included).
Ჾ Insert the SD card in the slot [13] provided Ჿ The SD card
latches audibly in place.

Putting the receiver unit into operation

The receiver unit can be powered by the battery, by a normal mains
power supply via the power adapter plug or by a USB connection on
a computer.

Connecting the receiver unit 
Ჾ Connect the power adapter to the power adapter socket [14] on
the receiver unit and a properly installed mains power outlet.

Switching the receiver unit on/off

Ჾ  [12] 5 sec. ᳠ Ჿ Receiver unit is switched on, start screen
appears in the display.
Ჾ  [12] 5 sec. ᳠ Ჿ Receiver unit is switched off, the display
goes out.

Operating and charge indicators on the receiver unit

The status indicator LED [11] lights up. 

Ჿ The receiver unit is

switched on.

Putting the transmitter unit into operation

The transmitter unit is not equipped with a built-in battery. It can only
be operated via the mains power supply using the power adapter
plug.

Connecting the transmitter unit
Ჾ Connect the power adapter to the power adapter socket [25] on
the transmitter unit and a properly installed mains power outlet.

Switching the transmitter unit on/off

The transmitter unit continues to transmit even when the receiv­
er unit is switched off. The signals can be received by other

devices. A maximum of 4 transmitter units can be registered on the
receiver unit.

Ჾ  [17] 5 sec. ᳠ Ჿ Transmitter unit is switched on, operating
indicator lights up green.

Registering a transmitter unit

Registration occurs automatically when the transmitter unit is
switched on. 

Ჿ The image from the camera appears in the display.

Selecting a transmitter unit

If several transmitter units are registered, a transmitter unit can be
selected manually. Transmitter unit 1 is selected as standard.

Ჾ 1x   [2] Ჿ ┠Wait for connecting….┨ appears in the display, transmit­
ter unit 2 is selected.

Ჾ 2x   [2] Ჿ ┠Wait for connecting….┨ appears in the display, transmit­
ter unit 3 is selected.

Ჾ 3x   [2] Ჿ ┠Wait for connecting….┨ appears in the display, transmit­
ter unit 4 is selected.

Icons in the display

 

Ჿ Signal strength

The equipment has a range of up to 300 m. The range can be
reduced by obstructions, such as walls etc. Electronic equip­

ment in the vicinity can also cause disturbance.

 

Ჿ Feed alert is activated

 

Ჿ Battery is full

 

Ჿ Battery is empty

When the battery is being charged, bars continually run through
the battery icon.

VOX mode (voice activation)

When VOX mode is activated, the display is switched off after a short
time (┠ECO Mode activated┨ appears in the display) and is switched on
again after detecting a sound.

Switching VOX mode off

 [6] Ჽ ┠VOICE SENSOR┨ Ჽ ┠OFF┨

Talk function

 [8] 

᳠ Ჿ Voice communication is possible from the receiver

unit to the transmitter unit.

Night vision function

If the brightness of the area monitored no longer suffices for normal
operation, the equipment automatically switches to night vision.

When the night vision function is activated, only objects up to
2 m away can be viewed.

Photo function

In order to take a photo, an SD card (not included) must be installed
in the receiver unit .

 [7] down 

Ჿ The photo icon appears briefly in the display, the

photo is stored on the SD card.

Video function

In order to record a video, an SD card (not included) must be in­
stalled in the receiver unit.

 [7] up 

Ჿ The video icon appears briefly in the display, the

video is stored on the SD card.

Setting the feed alert

You can set-up an acoustic feed alert to be sounded at 30 minute
intervals within a time period of 30 minutes to 4 hours.
Ჾ  [3], repeatedly if necessary.

Settings using the menu

The menu can be used to execute various functions and define
diverse settings. All the settings are confirmed by pressing the

 button [6]. Press the 

 button [8] to skip one menu level back.

Alert signals

You can set-up alert signals to be sounded in the event of connec­
tion problems between the receiver and transmitter units or if the
battery charge in the receiver unit is low.

Alert signal for connection difficulties

You can set-up an alert signal to be sounded in the event of connec­
tion problems between the receiver and transmitter units.

 [6] Ჽ ┠ALERT RINGTONE┨ Ჽ ┠No Connect Alarm┨ Ჽ ┠ON┨/┠OFF┨

Alert signal for low battery charge

You can set-up an alert signal to be sounded in the event the battery
in the receiver unit must be recharged.

 [6] Ჽ ┠ALERT RINGTONE┨ Ჽ ┠Low Battery Alarm┨ Ჽ ┠ON┨/┠OFF┨

Brightness

 [6] Ჽ ┠SCREEN DISPLAY┨ Ჽ ┠Brightness┨ Ჽ ┠Level 1┨

 - ┠Level 5┨

Back-lighting

You can define how long the display should remain on after the last
time a button was pressed.

 [6] Ჽ ┠SCREEN DISPLAY┨ Ჽ ┠LCD Backlight Time┨ Ჽ

┠Keep On ┨/┠10 sec┨/┠20 sec┨/┠30 sec┨/┠1 min┨/┠3 min┨

Picture mode

 [6] Ჽ ┠SCREEN DISPLAY┨ Ჽ ┠Picture Mode┨ Ჽ ┠Standard┨/┠Vivid┨

Lullaby

You can play lullabies on the transmitter unit. Settings, such as the
volume, are adjusted using the receiver unit.

Play once

 Ჽ ┠LULLABIES┨ Ჽ ┠Lullaby 1┨ - ┠Lullaby 8┨ [Select an entry] Ჽ

┠Play Once┨

Play all 

 Ჽ ┠LULLABIES┨ Ჽ ┠Play All┨

Repeat playback

 Ჽ ┠LULLABIES┨ Ჽ ┠Lullaby 1┨ - ┠Lullaby 8┨ Ჽ ┠Play Repeat┨

Setting the volume

You can alter the volume at which the lullabies are played.

 [22] Increase the volume

 [23] Reduce the volume

Sensitivity

Example: High.

 Ჽ ┠VOICE SENSOR┨ Ჽ ┠High┨

If the ┠VOICE SENSOR┨ is set to ┠OFF┨, image and sound are
transmitted continuously.

Temperature

You can set the temperature unit, the highest and lowest temperat­
ure limits and the display of the temperature for the environment
monitored. You can also define whether an acoustic alert signal
should be issued if the ambient temperature moves outside the spe­
cified range.

Temperature unit

 [6] Ჽ ┠TEMPERATURE┨ Ჽ ┠Scale┨ Ჽ ┠Celsius┨/┠Fahrenheit ┨

Minimum temperature

 [6] Ჽ ┠TEMPERATURE┨ Ჽ ┠Minimum┨

Maximum temperature

 [6] Ჽ ┠TEMPERATURE┨ Ჽ ┠Maximum┨

Alert signal

 [6] Ჽ ┠TEMPERATURE┨ Ჽ ┠ALERT RINGTONE┨ Ჽ ┠ON┨/┠OFF┨

Language

 [6] Ჽ ┠LANGUAGE┨ Ჽ ┠English┨/┠Français┨/┠Deutsch┨/┠Nederlands┨

etc.

Browsing through the SD card

You can browse through the photos and videos recorded on the SD
card on the receiver unit and deleted them, if necessary.

Displaying photo recordings

 [6] Ჽ ┠SD BROWSER┨ Ჽ ┠Play┨ Ჽ 

Ჿ Photo is displayed

Displaying video recordings

 [6] Ჽ ┠SD BROWSER┨ Ჽ ┠Play┨ Ჽ 

ᲿVideo is displayed

Time and date

 [6] Ჽ ┠TIME SET┨ Ჽ Set the time

 [6] Ჽ ┠TIME SET┨ Ჽ Set the date

Connecting to a television

Connect the receiver unit [10] to the AV input of a television set using
a suitable AV cable (not included).

Power adapter plug, receiver unit

Using the energy-efficient power adapter plug (input 100-240 V

AC

,

output 6 V

DC

, 790 mA) the zero load is approx. 0.04 - 0.06 W. The

average efficiency is approx. 71.94 %. The maximum power con­
sumption is approx. 4.14 W.

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    Power adapter plug, transmitter unit Using the energy-efficient power adapter plug (input 100-240 VAC, output 6 VDC, 790 mA) the zero load is approx. 0.04 - 0.06 W. The average efficiency is approx. 71.94 %. The maximum power con­ sumption is approx. 3 W. Service hotline In the case of technical
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