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with a 60M
are set in
59S-1S are set
in one second
Selects the length of time that the
camera will “wait” until it responds to
any additional triggers from the PIR after
an animal is ﬁrst detected and remains
within the sensor’s range. During this
user set “ignore triggers” interval, the
camera will not capture photos/videos.
This prevents the card from ﬁlling
up with too many redundant images.
Settings begin with 10 second default
when parameter is ﬁrst selected. Note:
after setting down past “1S”, settings start
over at “60M”.
Selects the sensitivity of the PIR sensor.
The “High” setting will make the camera
more sensitive to infrared (heat) and
more easily triggered by motion, and the
“Low” setting makes it less sensitive to
heat and motion. The High setting can
be useful when the ambient temperature
is warm (making it more difﬁcult for the
sensor to detect animals), and the Low
setting may help in cold weather if the
camera is being triggered too often by
anything warmer than the surroundings.