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PixController Universal Camera Controller Board 
Connecting Power (Battery)

Overview Specs Board Dimensions Motion Sensor Camera Port Phone Jack 2.5mm Port


Power Connector “J11”
This is the connector where the control board is powered.  Connect between a 5V to 14V DC battery supply.  A 4-AA Cell battery supply (6V) is recommended. Be sure to use Alkaline batteries, and not rechargeable NiMH batteries. NiMH rechargeable batteries will only be a 4.8V supply since they are lower in voltage than Alkaline batteries. Never use a rechargeable NiMH 9V battery! Be sure to add a main power switch so you can turn the unit on/off.  Add the main power switch on the “red wire” of the supplied (red-black) power cable.  

Power Consumption: Universal Version 1 will run off of a 4 AA battery supply from 6-8 months depending on operating temperature. The new Universal V3 will run on 4 AA batteries for over 2 years, and off of a 9V battery from 4-5 months depending on operating temperature.

Powering Up your PixController Universal Board

When turning power on to your Universal board both the red and green LED will light up. They will both stay on for 30 seconds. This time will allow the PIR circuit to warm up. After this time expires the green LED will turn off and the red LED will blink 5 times letting you know that the board is entering a 1 minute automatic walk-test phase. At this point you can move around the camera setup and check out the PIR area. Both the green and red LED’s will light when motion is detected. After the 1 minute automatic walk-test phase expires the red LED will blink 5 times letting you know the camera system will now become active.

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