NEW XX59A Getting Started on a MAC

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Please follow these few simple steps to get started. This might be all you need. You can then look at your owner's manual later for more setup options.

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NEW XX59A Airsight Indoor HD P2P WiFi IP Network Camera Quick Installation Guide (Using Safari Browser)


Introduction

You can access your camera's live video feed from a web browser on your computer by following these steps.


Setup instructions for your tablet or smartphone can be found here.


Step 1: Hardware Installation

You need to set up your camera using a network cable (wired) first before you attempt to use it wirelessly.

  1. Install the Wi-Fi antenna.
  2. Plug the power adapter into the camera and into an AC outlet.
  3. Plug one end of the network cable into the camera, and the other end into your router/switch.


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Step 2: Software Installation

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Install the IP Camera Search tool for Macintosh computers located here.


  • Click on the Downloads icon in the Dock at the bottom of the display and choose Open in Finder

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  • Right click OR press CONTROL + Click on the SearchIPCam for MAC OS v1.0.0.1.zip icon listed in the Downloads folder and choose OPEN to extract the contents of the file

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  • Click on the newly created SearchIPCam for MAC OS v1.0.0.1 folder to open

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  • Click the SearchIPCam icon and then drag the icon out of the Finder window and into the Applications Folder

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  • Click the SearchIPCam icon to instantly run the program

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Create a Desktop Shortcut

To create a shortcut on your desktop:

  • Click on the Downloads icon in the Dock at the bottom of the display and choose Open in Finder

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  • Click on the newly created SearchIPCam for MAC OS v1.0.0.1 folder to open

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  • Click the SearchIPCam icon and then File and choose Make Alias in the drop down

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  • Drag the newly created shortcut to your Desktop

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Create a Dock Icon

To create a Dock icon:

  • Click on the Downloads icon in the Dock at the bottom of the display and choose Open in Finder

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  • Click on the newly created SearchIPCam for MAC OS v1.0.0.1 folder to open

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  • Click the SearchIPCam icon and then drag the icon out of the Finder window and onto the Dock

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Step 3: Real-time Video Demonstration

  • Click on the "SearchIPCam" Dock icon or desktop shortcut to launch the SearchIPCam Tool.

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  • Double-Click your camera in the list to launch the camera's Web Interface in a Safari web browser

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Default username: admin

Default Password: (leave this field blank)



Step 4: How to use your camera Wirelessly

You should set up your camera using a network cable (wired) first before you attempt to use it wirelessly. (See Hardware Installation above).

  • Make sure your router is a wireless router.
  • Make sure the Wi-Fi antenna is installed on the camera.
  • Determine if your router uses encryption, (see your router’s owner’s manual for how to do this), if it uses encryption, note the share key.
  • Login to the camera using the IP Camera Tool, like you did when setting up with a network cable.
  • Click the SETTINGS icon in the top right-hand corner of the screen: XX59ASETTINGS.png

When you see the screen below:

  1. Choose the "Wireless Lan” menu
  2. Click on “Scan”
  3. Once your WiFi Network Name (SSID) populates in the Wireless LAN box, click on it.
  4. Ensure the NETWORK TYPE, SAFE MODE, and ENCRYPTION type match what is listed above.
  5. Enter your WiFi Network Password or Share Key
  6. Click SAVE

Wait for your camera to FULLY REBOOT - Once it is done center itself - UNPLUG THE POWER CABLE FIRST - then disconnect the network cable and plug the power back in.


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