Setting Up Your Cuddeback Cameras – Terminology
- CuddeLink is Cuddeback’s trademark name for Cuddeback’s network enabled trail cameras.
- LINK is an abbreviation for CuddeLink.
- Network refers to a collection of CuddeLink cameras that are in radio contact with each other.
- Home refers to the camera or device that collects all images.
- Remote refers to cameras that transmit images to the HOME.
- Repeater refers to a device that acts as a relay station on a CuddeLink network. The REPEATER does not take pictures, it only transmits images from one node to the next node.
- Node is a general name for any home, remote or repeater on the network.
- Chain is 2 or more cameras that are linked together via the CuddeLink network.
- Link is 1 connection from 1 camera to the next camera.
- High Resolution Image is the full size image recorded by the camera. These images are always saved on the camera’s SD card.
- Thumbnail Image is a compressed image that is much smaller than the original image taken by the camera. These are the images transferred to Home. The full resolution image is available on the Remote camera so you do have access to it if needed.