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JAGER PRO Wireless Portal & App
Manage you 3G JAGER PRO ICE & MINE Cams with the touch of a finger!
We are pleased to finally announce it is now possible for Australian users of the JAGER PRO MINE and ICE Cams to now subscribe to JAGER PRO's Wireless Portal and take advantage of their user friendly web portal, mobile apps (ANDROID and iOS), and PC applications.
The Wireless Portal allows subscribers to expand camera management and functionality with the portal most beneficial for owners of multiple cameras who are looking for a better way to receive, store and manage photos as well as manage deployed cameras in the field from a single cloud based user interface.
Key features of the Wireless Portal include:
To take advantage of the Wireless Portal, users must take out a subscription service with us at $11 per month, per camera or $121 per year, per camera. For more information about the JAGER PRO's Wireless Portal and to obtain login details for a demo account please contact Nigel Kimball on 07 4698 2335.
Pro Tip #3 - Pairing Process
We receive a lot of phone calls when someone is syncing, pairing or timing their camera to the control box. In essence, it’s a simple process by pushing 3 buttons.
The basic steps for syncing are to open the control box and ensure the battery is attached. Make sure the camera is in the setup mode. Press and release the button inside the control box (A1) and the red light will come on, while the red light is on, press and release the left arrow (B1) then press and release the right arrow (B2) on the camera, it will say 'RF trigger' on the screen and the red light inside the control box will blink 3 times and go out. This confirms that the process is complete.
Make sure the handheld remote is paired with the control box. Press the button on the remote and the red light will come on and should drop the gate, if it doesn’t drop the gate then you will need to sync it with the control box. Press and release the button inside the control box and the red light will come on. While the red light is on, press the button on the transmitter until the light comes on, the light inside the control box will blink 3 times and go out, pairing is complete. Press the button on the remote again to confirm that it is synced. Note some of the newer handheld remotes require you to push and hold the button for up to 2 seconds for the light to come on. If the light doesn’t come on with the handheld remote, it may be time for a new battery.
The control box has several different components, the receiver with the button and red light, the AU7 relay in the top right where all the connections lead to, the bridge in the middle and the blue actuator in the bottom that pulls the rod to close the gate. The actuator requires 11.5 volts or better to operate, anything less and it will not have enough power to drop the gate. 11.5 volts is important to remember since the red light will come on when the button is pushed and you can pair the gate with less than 11.5 volts, the receiver will still respond at less voltage and send the signal to drop the gate but the gate won’t drop due to the low voltage. If the red light doesn’t come on when the button is pushed, make sure the battery leads are hooked up and that the battery is fully charged with 12.5 volts or better. Sometimes during transport one of the leads can come loose, reach inside and gently tug on the wires going into the bridge, make sure none of them are loose. Make sure the antenna from the receiver is threaded properly outside of the box to receive the signal from the camera or handheld remote.
The receiver can manually clear out it’s memory by pressing and holding the button for 8 seconds, the red light will blink 4 times and go out, this lets you know that the memory is clear. This is also an important factor since you don’t want to press and hold the button while attempting to pair them. Once the pairing process is complete, it will retain the cameras transmitter code in its memory and will not need to be re-synced ever again (even after a year with no battery power hooked up to it). You still want to test it if the gate has been out of use by pressing and releasing the left and right arrows from the camera after everything is hooked back up.
Make sure you practice Step 2 before going through the entire process and you shouldn’t have any problems pairing your camera to your control box. You can pair multiple control boxes to one camera and have a simultaneous drop of 2 or more gates. It’s also a good idea to have the handheld remote onsite and use it for testing or dropping the gate when needed.
New Financial Year Price Changes
Please note we have recently introduced updated pricing across our entire product line coinciding with the commencement of the new financial year. We have attempted to limit price increases and pass on savings as much as possible. Overall the majority of products have come down in price marginally with some substantially as we are better able to take advantage of bulk pricing.
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