In manufacturing, the Weld line or Knit line or Meld line is the line where two flow fronts meet when there is the inability of two or more flow fronts to "knit" together, or "weld", during the molding process. These lines usually occur around holes or obstructions and they will not affect the waterproof functionality.
Please entirely close the Brinno Command Center software. Then, try to connect your PC to wifi or a mobile phone hotspot. After that, reopen the software and access it, you will see the ‘download’ and ‘delete’ icons.
In the Camera Extender Kit you will get access to the Command Center platform, a 32ft (10m) ruggedized USB-C cable, a multi-task dongle (ACB1000), a mounting adapter for your power housing (ATH2000), a cable clip, and ten cable ties.
No, the AFB1000 is specially designed for the BCC2000.
Other EMPOWER series cameras (TLC2020/BBT2000/BAC2000) can be used however you also need an ATH2000 power housing to install the AFB1000 securely.
There are four capture modes available: Time Lapse, Step Video, Stop Motion, and Still Photo.
With the AFB1000 you will have instant access to your camera on your laptop through the 32ft cable. Using an AFB1000, you can prevent needing to climb up a ladder to check your camera’s battery and SD card status, adjust settings, check the live view, and download files. It is totally ladderfree. Just plug the cable into your laptop to gain camera access.
Connect your camera to a laptop (Windows 64-bit OS) via the AFB1000 and use the Brinno Command Center platform to access live view, check battery and SD card status, adjust settings, and download files.
No, make sure to always use the multi-task dongle otherwise you risk your camera malfunctioning.
1. Check that your computer system is Windows 10 or 11 with a 64-bit Operating System to be compatible with the Command Center.
2.Make sure your multi-task dongle and cable are plugged in correctly.
3.Restart your PC and the Command Center.
4.If you are still running into issues contact customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org
Only download one file at a time through the Command Center. Make sure you only download completed files, for example if you filming in Daily Mode only download files from the previous days.
If you are still running into issues try using your computer file explorer instead to access and download files.
Still running into issues? Contact email@example.com
The ACC1000 is the clamp mount that comes with the BCC2000 bundle. The ACC1000P is exactly the same as ACC1000, but also comes with an Extension Pole that increases the clamping distance from 3.5 to 10.6 in (90 to 270 mm).
Clamp: Stainless Steel; Aluminum
Magic Arm: Stainless Steel; Aluminum
Extension Pole & Wrench: Stainless Steel
The mount’s clamping range is from 0.04”-3.5" (10 - 90 mm) and further extends to 10.6" (270 mm) with the extension pole.
Yes, the ACC1000P is compatible with every Brinno time-lapse camera and waterproof housing.
Yes, the clamp comes with two grip sides. One grip side is for clamping onto flat surfaces and another for poles and other curved surfaces. When installing your mount pick the most suitable grip side, flat or curved, for your environment.
The ACC1000P Magic Arm has a load capacity of 6.6 lb (3 kg) and the clamp can withstand up to 110 lb (50 kg) without extension pole.
The clamp mount is fully adjustable and comes with a 360-degree rotating tripod, double ball joint that allows for up to a 90-degree tilt.
Yes, It can be used to mount on all the Brinno time-lapse cameras.
You can fix up the AWM100 in two ways, either by sticker or screws. By sticker, you have to remove the sticker seal on the sticker and paste the AWM100 on the wall for at least 24 hours. By Screws, you have to use a screwdriver to screw the AWM100 to fix it on the wall.
Yes, the AWM100 has an adjustable locking swivel that allows for precise positioning, 65° vertical, 65° horizontal movement.
It is 1/4" screw thread with lock.
The ASP1000-P can be used on the BCC2000 or the BCC2000Plus bundle. Please note that the APB1000 power bank needs to be installed in an ATH2000 housing.
We don't recommend using ASP1000 solar power as a direct external power source because the sun is a bit unreliable. Instead, you must use the APB1000 Power bank, and use it with the ASP1000 solar panel as an external power bank.
The ASP1000 is IP65 in its waterproof resistance.
The APB1000 is not waterproof. You need to install the ABB1000 inside the ATH2000 power housing, to replace the 16 AA battery case.
We suggest not using other brand power banks as the APB1000 power has been proven to be compatible with the ASP1000 solar panel and it can always be ON to provide power.
It is 270 cm long.
It depends on your recording environment. In locations with higher dust levels, it's recommended to periodically clean the surface of the solar panels to ensure the best charging efficiency.
As the Brinno time-lapse cameras only consume a little power to operate, most of the other brand power banks will turn off and stop providing power when they detect the needed power is low. Unless you use the one that can always ON/turn off the power-saving mode. For your information, the APB1000 is always ON mode, and it can provide a continuous power supply for low-power Brinno time-lapse cameras or IoT applications.
Yes, please fully charge the APB1000 before installing it into the ATH2000 housing.
You may check the LED lights on the APB1000, it will blink in green to indicate it is been charged.
The four LED at the side represents the power level. If the APB1000 is fully charged, four LEDs will light up in green.
Yes, you can use the APB1000 to provide power to the camera. Please check the power level regularly, and charge/switch the power bank if needed.
The APB1000 will always be ON when it connects to the camera, and it will auto turned off if it is removed from the camera.
Recommended ambient temperature is -4 °F ∼ 140 °F (-20 °C ∼ 60 °C).
No, the ASP1000 solar panel needs to be placed outdoors and facing the sunlight directly to achieve the best results.