In this article, I show the Zosi wireless camera setup.
The process is very simple and takes less than 5 minutes.
If you purchased a Zosi security wireless camera kit but don't how to configure it, please follow the steps in this article to get the job done.
The Zosi wireless camera kit
Let's start by taking a look at the kit that brings the cameras and recorder.
As you can see, the cameras and the recorder have antennas for wireless communication with a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi router. (It does not work with the 5Ghz band).
Please make sure you have your Wi-Fi router working with such band.
Ubox your Zosi wiress security camera kit to get started.
What is on the box
The picture below shows everything that comes in the box.
The kit brings the wireless cameras, the NVR (Network Video Recorder), some power adapters for the NVR and cameras, a network cable, a USB mouse, a HDMI cable, an antenna extender, a user manual, and stickers.
There's no monitor with the kit and you need purchase one separetely.
You just need to connect every component according to the user's manual instructions, which is very easy and does not require any special skills.
Zosi wireless camera setup
Now that you have all the components connected, please power on the system and start the setup process as described below.
Please, make sure you have the UTP (network) cable connected from the NVR to your Wi-Fi router, so it will be able to connect to the Internet.
At first, you will see the NVR initialization process, which shows the Zozi logo, and then automatically find the display of all cameras on the screen.
The picture below shows the Zosi NVR displaying the 4 wireless cameras.
Now you should be able to see the cameras on the screen.
Please install the Zosi App on your smartphone to remotely access the cameras and use the QR code displayed in the initialization screen for the configuration.
And it's done. Enjoy your new wireless cameras.
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Claudemir Martins is a former Samsung Engineer with 18+ experience in the surveillance industry. He has been traveling around 17 different countries to teach people how to design, and install CCTV systems.