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Wireless Network Video Recorder User Guide
P REFACE Thank you for purchasing the Wireless Network Video Recorder, an IP based device that installed on your network, which can be managed remotely via the Internet or your LAN. Together with the Internet camera, the Wireless Network Video Recorder allows you to remote access and simultaneous record live video streams. The device is easy to install and use. Simply connect it to the router/switch within your network, and the device will automatically access to the connected camera(s) by default IP protocol. This User Guide provides you with the instructions and illustrations on how to use your Wireless Network Video Recorder, which includes: Chapter 1 Introduction to Your Device describes the components and features of the device. Chapter 2 Hardware Installation helps you install the device according to your application environment. Chapter 3 Accessing the Device lets you start using your device without problem. The device can be set up easily and work within your network environment instantly. Chapter 4 Configuring the Device guides you through the configuration of the device using the Web browser on your PC. Appendix Provides the specifications of the device. NOTE The illustrations and configuration values in this guide are for reference only. The actual settings depend on your practical application of the device. -1-
Table of Contents Preface ....................................................................1 Chapter 1 Introduction To Your Device...............................3 1.1 Checking the Package Contents .............................3 1.2 Getting to Know Your Device.................................4 1.3 Features and Benefits .........................................7 Chapter 2 Hardware Installation ......................................8 2.1 Networking Application .......................................8 2.2 Installing the Hard Disk Drive ................................9 2.3 Connecting the Network .................................... 10 2.4 Connecting the Power Adapter ............................ 11 Chapter 3 Accessing The Device ..................................... 12 3.1 Accessing the device via My Network Places ............ 12 3.2 Using IPFinder ................................................ 14 Chapter 4 Configuring The Device................................... 15 4.1 Using the Setup Wizard ..................................... 16 4.2 Using the Web Configuration Utility ...................... 21 Appendix ................................................................ 55
C HAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO YOUR DEVICE 1.1 Checking the Package Contents Check the items contained in the package carefully. You should have the following:
5 One Wireless Network Video Recorder. 5 One AC Power Adapter with power cord. 5 One Ethernet Cable (RJ-45 type). 5 One External Antenna. 5 Four Screws. 5 Four Rubber Pads. 5 One Installation CD-ROM. 5 One Quick Installation Guide. NOTE Once any item contained is damaged or missing, contact the authorized dealer of your locale.
1.2 Getting to Know Your Device
USB Port 1
Power Button – Press to turn on the device. Press and hold for about five seconds to turn off. When you press the button to boot, the button start blinking Blue, and then becomes a steady Blue when the device is ready.
Unmount Button (USB Port 1) – Press to safely remove the connected USB device on the USB Port 1.
USB Port 1 – Connect the external USB device.
LED Icons – The LED icons on the front panel let you know the related status of your device. See the following table for more information of the LED icons.
Description A steady Green light indicates the device is connected to your wireless network. When it blinks, the device is receiving/transmitting data from/to the wireless network. A steady Green (1000 Mbps) or Amber (10/100 Mbps) light indicates the device is connected to your LAN. When it blinks, the device is receiving/ transmitting data from/to the network. A steady Green light indicates the hard disk drive is installed in the device. A blinking Green light indicates the installed hard disk drive is reading/writing data. A steady Amber light indicates the hard disk drive is complete full (100%). A blinking Amber light indicates the hard disk drive is getting full (95%). The LED off indicates no USB devices is connected to the device. When you connect the USB device to the device, the LED becomes a steady Green light. When it blinks, the device is receiving/ transmitting data from/to the USB device.
Fan and Ventilator
USB Port 2 Power Connector
Power Connector – Plug the provided AC Power Adapter.
USB Port 2 – Connect the external USB device. Please note that this USB port is used for connecting a USB printer only.
LAN Connector – Plug the provided Ethernet Cable to connect to your LAN.
Reset Button – Press to reset the device. Press and hold for about five seconds to resume the factory default configuration.
Antenna Connector – Connect the external antenna.
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1.3 Features and Benefits
Easy to install and use.
Remotely access and manage.
Support auto-setup while connecting up to four cameras.
Simultaneous record the live video streams.
Start recording by manual or by schedule.
The frame rate for alarm recordings can be specified independently from the frame rate of scheduled recordings. Different video sources can have different frame rates for scheduled recordings.
Support up to two SATA hard disk drives (SATA II is recommended).
C HAPTER 2 H ARDWARE I NSTALLATION 2.1 Networking Application The following diagram explains the application of the Wireless Network Video Recorder within your network. In the illustration below, the Wireless Network Video Recorder and four Internet cameras are connected to a router/ switch, which minimize the impact of the network traffic for the users within the network.
Network Video Recorder in your networking environment
2.2 Installing the Hard Disk Drive 1. Prepared a new hard disk drive without format. 2. Disconnect the power cable of the device. 3. Remove two screws on the rear panel, and then remove the rear panel.
4. Pull the bracket out from the disk bay. 5. Place the hard disk drive on the bracket, and then secured with two screws.
While placing the hard disk drive onto the bracket, align the screw holes on the bottom of hard disk drive with the studs on the base of bracket. The two studs are designed to ensure the hard disk drive will be installed on the bracket securely.
6. Push the bracket into the disk bay all the way until it connects the device. 7. Replace the rear panel and secure two screws. -9-
2.3 Connecting the Network Connecting to LAN Plug an Ethernet cable to the LAN connector located on the device’s rear panel, and then connect it to the network or directly to a computer for configuration.
Connecting to WLAN When you use the device within your wireless network, you need to attach the included external antenna to the device. When the device is powered on, the camera will automatically search any access point with “default” SSID.
NOTE If the device cannot to your wireless network, you need to install the device in LAN and proceed with WLAN settings.
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2.4 Connecting the Power Adapter Plug the AC power adapter to the power connector located on the device’s rear panel, and then connect it to your local power supply.
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C HAPTER 3 A CCESSING T HE D EVICE 3.1 Accessing the device via My Network Places Since you have built a connection between the device and your PC, you can easily access the device via My Network Places. 1. On your PC, click Start > My Network Places.
2. Find the device with its device named (such as NVRxxxx) in My Network Place.
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3. Double-click the device icon. When the login window appears, enter the User name (the default is admin) and password (the default is admin), and then click OK to access the Wireless Network Video Recorder.
If you connect an USB device to the device, it will be shown in the window.
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3.2 Using IPFinder The device comes with a conveniently utility, IPFinder, which is included in the Installation CD-ROM, allowing you to search the device on your network easily. 1. Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your PC’s CD-ROM drive to initiate the Auto-Run program. 2. Click the IPFinder item to launch the utility. The control panel will appear as below. Display the connected device(s).
Click Click Click Click Click
About to get the Version information of IPFinder. Link to connect the selected device. Change IP to modify the IP address of the selected device. Search to find the IP address of the connected device(s). Exit to close the utility.
3. Once you get the IP address of the device, launch the Web browser to access your device.
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C HAPTER 4 C ONFIGURING T HE D EVICE You can easily access and manage the Wireless Network Video Recorder via the Web browser of your PC. This chapter describes the Web Configuration Utility, and guides you through the configuration of the device. Since the default configuration of the device is DHCP mode enabled, you are recommended to use IPFinder to search the IP address that is assigned to the device by the DHCP server, and then click Link to access the camera via the Web browser. Alternately, you can launch the Web browser and then manually enter the IP address (the default is 192.168.0.20) in the Address bar and press ENTER to access the Web Configuration Utility.
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4.1 Using the Setup Wizard The device’s Setup Wizard lets you configure your device easily and quickly. The wizard will guide you through the necessary settings step-by-step. To start the wizard, click Setup Wizard in the menu bar.
Step 1. LAN Setup
Enter the Hostname for the device.
Select Start UPnP to enable the device’s Universal Plug and Play function.
If your network uses a proxy server, select Use proxy and enter the IP/Port values.
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Step 2. TCP/IP Setup
Select DHCP when your network uses the DHCP server; or select Static IP to assign the IP address for the device directly. For more information of TCP/IP settings, refer to the Lan section in Web Configuration Utility.
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Step 3. Wireless Setup
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Step 4. Set up Space Type
Select Single Disk or RAID for storing the files. For more information of space type, refer to the Storage Setup section in Web Configuration Utility.
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Step 5. Setup Summary
Display the configuration of the device.
When you complete the Setup Wizard, click Apply to reboot the device. Otherwise, click Back to go back to the previous step(s) and change the settings.
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4.2 Using the Web Configuration Utility After completing the Setup Wizard and rebooting the device, you can start to use the Wireless Network Video Recorder within your network environment. However, you can configure the advanced settings through the Web Configuration Utility. The utility contains the following options in the menu bar: System Information, System, Storage Setup, Authorization Setup, Network Service, NVR, Schedule Download, Logout, and Help. Each option provides several related settings in the sub-menu area. Click the desired option from the menu bar and then select the related setting to set up.
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4.2.1 System Information The System Information menu displays the current configuration and events log of the device.
This sub-menu displays the hostname and IP address of the device, the date and time, and the network service that you have set up.
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This sub-menu displays the firmware version of the device, the networking information, the time zone, and the disk information.
This sub-menu displays the events log recorded by the system.
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The System menu contains the basic system settings for the device, such as the networking settings, time and date setup, etc.
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LAN Setup - Hostname: Enter a descriptive name for the device. - Start UPnP: The device supports UPnP (Universal Plug and Play), which is a set of computer network protocols that enable the device-to-device interoperability. In addition, it supports port auto mapping function so that you can access the device if it is behind an NAT router or firewall. Select the Enable option to enable this feature. - Use proxy: If your network uses a proxy server, select the Use proxy option and then enter the IP/Port values.
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- Static IP: Select this option to assign the IP address for the device manually. You can use IPFinder to obtain the related setting values. IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway DNS 1/2
Enter the IP address of the device. The default setting is: 192.168.0.20. Enter the Subnet Mask of the device. The default setting is: 255.255.255.0. Enter the default Gateway of the device. The default setting is: 192.168.0.1. DNS (Domain Name System) translates domain names into IP addresses. Enter the Primary DNS and Secondary DNS that are provided by ISP.
Link Status Display the connection status of the device.
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The device supports WLAN while you use the wireless network. Select the Enable option to enable this feature. z
Network ID (SSID) Keep the default setting of this option to connect the device to any access point under the infrastructure network mode. To connect the device to a specified access point, set a SSID for the device to correspond with the access point’s ESS-ID. Click Site Survey to display the available wireless networks, so that you can easily connect to one of the listed wireless networks.
Wireless Mode Set the Infrastructure type for wireless communication.
Channel Select the appropriate channel from the list.
Authentication Select the authentication method to secure the device from being used by unauthorized user: Open, Shared-key, WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK. The following table explains the four options: - Open: The default setting of Authentication mode, which communicates the key across the network. - DHCP: Allow communication only with other devices with identical WEP settings. - DHCP: WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK is specially designed for the users who do not have access to network authentication servers. The user has to manually enter the starting password in their access point or gateway, as well as in each PC on the wireless network. If you select Open or Shared-key as the Authentication mode, you need to complete the following settings: - 27 -
- Encryption: Select the WEP option to enable the data encryption feature to secure the device within the wireless network. - Format: Once you enable the Encryption feature, you need to determine the encryption format by selecting ASCII or HEX. ASCII format causes each character you type to be interpreted as an eight-bit value. Hex format causes each pair of characters you type to be interpreted as an eight-bit value in hexadecimal (base 16) notation. - Key Length: Select the WEP key length you use: 64 bits or 128 bits. - WEP Key: Enter the WEP key(s) in the four WEP Key boxes. If you select WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK as the Authentication mode, you need to complete the following settings: - Encryption: Select TKIP or AES. TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) changes the temporal key every 10,000 packets to insure much greater security than the standard WEP security. AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) is used to ensure the highest degree of security and authenticity for digital information. - Pre-Shared Key: This is used to identify each other in the network. Enter the name in the box, and this name must match the Pre-shared key value in the remote device.
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Time Zone Select the proper time zone for the region from the pulldown menu.
NTP Setup Select this option and the time will be synchronized with the NTP Server. When you select this option, you have to enter the IP address of the NTP server.
Manual Setup Select this option to set the date and time manually.
Get time from my computer Click the button and the date & time settings of the device will be synchronized with the connected computer.
Once you complete the time and date setup, click Apply.
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This sub-menu contains the required settings for e-mail notification feature. When you complete the settings, click Send a test mail to test the related configuration is correct or not. Once the device connects to the server successfully, click Apply. z
SMTP Server Enter the mail server (e.g. mymail.com) in the box. Then, select the Authorization check box and complete the following settings: - User ID: Enter the user name to login the mail server. - Password: Enter the password to login the mail server. - Confirm Password: Enter the password again for confirmation.
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Primary/Secondary E-mail Enter the first and second email address of the user who will receive the email.
Delete all files Select this option and click Apply to delete all files stored on the installed hard disk drives.
Format all disks and reset default Select this option and click Apply to format the installed hard disk drives and reset the device to the default configuration. Select the Keep log file check box to save the log file when reset.
Backup Config file Select this option and click Apply to save the current customized configuration of the device as a file on your PC.
Restore Config file Click Browse to find the configuration file, and then click Apply to restore the customized configuration.
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This sub-menu displays the firmware version of the device. In addition, you can upgrade the firmware once you have a latest version of firmware. z
Firmware file Click Browse to find the firmware file and click Update.
NOTE Make sure to keep the device connected to the power source during the process of updating firmware. Otherwise, the device might be damaged because of failure of updating firmware.
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4.2.3 Storage Setup
The Storage Setup menu provides the information and controls of the installed hard disk drives, including the USB device. NOTE You are not recommended to use the USB device as your major storage device.
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Click Add to configure the storage space on the installed hard disk drives: selecting Single Disk or RAID. Then, click Apply to start making file system.
If you have two hard disks installed in the device, you can select a disk configuration for RAID: RAID 0 RAID 1 JBOD
(not recommended) Provide data striping. (recommended) Provide mirroring over both disks. (maximum data storage space) Combine both drives in a linear fashion to create one volume.
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When completed, the related information of the disks is displayed on the screen.
Click Add to add a storage space, or click Delete to remove the current storage space. NOTE Please remember to reboot your device when you clicked Apply button.
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If you connect an external USB disk, this sub-menu displays the information of the USB disk. To safely remove the connected USB device, click unmount from this sub-menu. (The other way is pressing the Unmount button on the front panel of the device for disconnecting the USB Port 1.) To reload the information of the connected USB devices, click refresh. Click format to format the connected USB disk. NOTE Please remember to reboot your device when you clicked Apply button.
This sub-menu allows you to specify the shared folder of the disks. Click Add and then assign the destination folder from the Share Folder list and give a brief instruction in the Comment box. The Authority option allows the administrator to limit the usage of the shared folder. Select the authority type (Read/Write or Read Only) from the list to meet your need. - 36 -
Finally, assign the storage location from the Volume list. When completed, click Apply to add the folder that you assigned. You can then use the File Explorer on your PC to check the folder that will be displayed as the directory under the device name. To change the setting, select the folder from the Share folder list and then click Edit. To remove, select it and then click Delete.
This sub-menu displays the log of file system that you have made in the device.
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4.2.4 Authorization Setup
The Authorization Setup menu allows you to manage the users and groups of the device.
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Click Add and then assign the user name in the Select User box, and give a brief instruction in the User Description box. If you have set up groups for organization, you can assign the user to a group from the Group list. Enter the password twice for the new user in the Password and Confirm Password boxes, and then select the Permission type (Admin or User). Specify the storage quotas for the user from the Quota option of Space Status. When completed, click Apply to add the user. You can change the user’s setting by selecting the user and then clicking Edit, or remove the user by selecting the user and then clicking Delete.
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Click Add and then assign the group name in the Group Name box, and then you can add/remove users for the group from the Member option.
When completed, click Apply to add the group. To organize the users for the group, click Edit Member. To remove the group, select it from the list and then click Delete.
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This sub-menu displays the assigned access rules and quotas of the users and groups. NOTE Please remember to reboot your device when you clicked Apply button.
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4.2.5 Network Service
The Network Service menu allows you to set up the network services for the device, such as FTP server, UPnP media server, etc.
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Windows Network Setup - Workgroup: Enter the workgroup name where the device is installed within your network. - WINS Server: WINS (Windows Internet Name Service) server is used to support NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NetBT). Enter the IP address of the WINS server in the box, otherwise you cannot connect to a remote network resource by using its NetBIOS name.
Codepage Select the proper Language to set the correct character for codepage.
This sub-menu contains the options that allow you to enable/disable the FTP service of the device. z
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Port (the default is port 21) and select to switch to the PASV mode or not. z
User transmission limitation Specify the maximum upload and download speed (KB/s) by entering the proper values in the related boxes.
allow Anonymous Selecting this option will allow the user to connect to the FTP server anonymously.
UPnP Media Server
The device supports UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) and port auto mapping function so that you can access the device if it is behind an NAT router or firewall. Select this option to enable the UPnP media server and then assign the Path from the list.
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If the function is enabled, the device will be automatically detected in the iTunes program and the files contained in the specified directory will be available to stream over the network. Select this option to enable the iTune server and then assign the Path from the list. You can also set up the Use Password to avoid unauthorized access.
USB Printer (only when an USB printer is connected)
When you connect an USB printer to the USB Port 2 of the device, this sub-menu displays the information of the USB printer.
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The NVR menu allows you to add Internet cameras and view the live video.
IP Camera Backup
Click Auto Add to add the camera automatically, or click Add and to add the camera manually through the following setup window:
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IP Enter the IP address of the camera.
HTTP Port Assign the HTTP Port for the camera (the default is 80).
RTSP Port Configure the transmission of streaming data within the network. The default RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) port is 554.
User ID/Password Enter the user name and password for accessing the camera.
Cam Vendor Select the manufacturer of the camera from the list.
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Space Specify the storage space for the camera.
Motion Enable Enable of disable the motion detection of the camera (if have).
Recycle Enable of disable the recycling function when the storage space on the device is full.
Limit Select Yes to limit the recording file by specifying the storage volume from the list. Otherwise, select No to record without limitation.
When completed, click Next to set up the schedule for using the camera, and then click Apply to add it to the list.
You can then change the configuration of the camera by selecting it from the list and then clicking Edit. To remove a camera, select it and then click Delete.
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In the Quad View screen, you can view the live video from the connected camera. You can view up to four cameras simultaneously.
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4.2.7 Schedule Download
The Schedule Download menu allows you to set up download schedule. Click Add and the following setup window will appear:
Please input the file name.
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Login Select Anonymous or Account from the list according to the settings of the target server. If you have to select Account to login, you should enter the correct User name and Password.
URL Enter the URL address of target server.
Save To Assign the destination folder from the list to save the downloaded files.
When From the Date and Time setting options, set up the startup time to download files.
Backup Enable the backup function of your device by selecting None, Every Day, Every Week, or Every Month, as well as the Time.
When completed, click Apply to save this download task to the Schedule List. You can delete the download task by selecting it from the Schedule List and then clicking Delete. When you change the settings of selected task, click Refresh to reload the status of these tasks.
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The Logout menu allows you to exit or shutdown the system.
From this sub-menu, click Apply to exit the Web Configuration Utility and go back to the Login window.
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Select Shutdown Now and click Apply to turn off the device.
Select Reboot and click Apply to reboot the device.
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The Help menu displays the information for each setting option of the device. Click the topic (marked as blue color) to link to the corresponding page and view the related information in detail.
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A PPENDIX Specifications
System Hardware Microprocessor ROM RAM Power Requirement
ARM9, Storlink 3516 16MB Flash ROM 128MB DDR SDRAM DC 12V, 4A, 100-240V; auto-sensing
Hard Disk Drive HDD Type Disk Bay HDD Configuration RTC
SATA (I/II) 2 Standard, RAD0, RAD1, JBOD Yes
User Interface Connectors Buttons LED Icons
Communication LAN WLAN Protocol support
One power connector, one Ethernet connector (RJ-45 port), two USB 2.0 ports, one antenna connector One Power button, one Reset button, one Unmount button WLAN, LAN, HDD x 2, USB x 2. 10/100/1000Mbps Fast Ethernet/Giganet, auto-sensed IEEE 802.11b/g TCP/IP
Physical Specification Dimension 201 x 134 x 205 mm Weight 1.74 kg
Operating Environment Temperature - Operation: 0°C ~ 40°C - Storage: -10°C ~ 70°C Humidity - Operation: 10% ~ 85% non-condensing - Storage: 5% ~ 90% non-condensing EMI FCC Part 15 Class B, CE