Click here for the Michron WebApp (Compatible with Chrome, Firefox, and Safari) Please note that Michron is programmed through your device's audio jack. When uploading to Michron, make sure to turn up your media volume.
To turn on Michron, plug the camera cable into the smaller of the 2 ports on the Michron. When you do this the LED on Michron should rapidly flash red for 2-3 seconds.
To connect your programming device (iOS device, Android device, or PC) to Michron, plug one end of the programming cable into Michron, and the other end into your programming device's audio jack. Setting Basic Settings
To upload a new time lapse to Michron, first select New Time-Lapse or Auto Time-Lapse.
Once you have pressed 'Upload' your new settings should be programmed to your Michron. To verify that this has worked properly, check the LED on Michron. It will rapidly flash red for about 2 seconds.
You can also verify this by checking that the interval that you have set is being executed properly, by measuring the time between LED blinks. In this example, we have set Michron to take an image every 5 seconds, for 1 hour.
When you are done uploading your setting to Michron, you can remove the programming cable from both Michron and your programming device.
Special Note for Android Owners: Not all Android devices allow the app to set the media playback volume when uploading. This is important because the app communicated with Michron via your device's audio port. If you are experiencing trouble uploading to Michron, please turn up your media playback volume and try again.
If you are having trouble programming your Michron, please see our trouble shooting information.
To set your own custom settings to Michron, you can follow the map below
To get a full walk through of the App and features available on Michron, check out our App & Feature Guide.
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