This guide shows you how to configure your WiFi Bird Box Camera on your WiFi network using the PC software if you haven't already set it up using a smartphone or tablet.


Before You Begin

Test the WiFi connection strength at the site of your bird box using a smartphone, tablet or laptop. We suggest that you have a signal strength of at least 30%. 


Download the Windows PC software from the link below.

Download for Windows


Once downloaded, install the software.


Check your camera is connected to mains power and next to your router.


Step 1: Connecting to Your Camera


Search for nearby Wi-Fi networks on your computer. The following name should appear beye_***. Select and enter the password 1234567890. This will connect your computer to the camera’s Wi-Fi network. 

Should this Wi-Fi Network not appear it may mean that you need to reset the camera.  To do this press and hold the reset button for 15 seconds on the camera. 


Step 2: Adding Your Camera To The Software


Load up the CMS5 software, pressing the login button when prompted.


Now select the Device Manage option, selecting the camera from the list on the left and pressing Add. This will shift it to the “added devices” pane on the right.

Go back to Home for the next step. 


Step 3: Connecting Your Camera To Your WiFi Network


Click on the Device Config option an select the camera off the left. 

Now select the network option and press on the right arrow in the top right-hand corner, to scroll along until you see the Wi-Fi option. 

Enable this and press the search button. 

Select your Wi-Fi network from the list and tick the DHCP box.

Input your Wi-Fi password into the PPPOE Password box and press the apply button.

Your camera will be connected to Wi-Fi, if the camera has connected correctly your computer will no longer be connected to the camera.


Viewing the Live Video Feed

Follow the steps for adding your camera, once done you will want to go to the main menu and select Monitor.


Now select the camera from the list on the right which will bring up the video feed for you.