EnGo 265 Quick Start Guide

Everything you need to arrive and go live

Ready to go?

Before you begin, remove the Dejero EnGo 265 and the following additional parts from the package:

  • EnGo mobile transmitter
  • Power adapter with country-specific cord
  • EnGo backpack, which includes:
    • A power cable that connects directly to a D-Tap port on a battery or the included V-Mount or Gold Mount battery plates
    • A backpack cover for weather protection
    • An SDI cable
    • An HDMI cable
    • Audio extension cables (3.5 mm and XLR) for IFB
    • Audio extension cable (3.5 mm) for Intercom
    • A Wired Remote

Note IconNote: Do not open the device or remove the antenna endcaps on either end of the EnGo - removing them voids the warranty. To service the EnGo, contact Dejero Support or your Dejero-authorized service partner.

EnGo 265 Front Angle Right

  1. Antenna endcap
  2. Preview screen
  3. Power button
  4. Antenna endcap

Charge the EnGo using a power outlet

Note IconNote: Use only the power adapter that is included with the EnGo 265. You cannot use the power adapter from an EnGo hardware version 1.3 or earlier to charge the EnGo 265.

  1. Connect the one end of the power cord to its power adapter.
  2. Connect the power cord that is connected to the power adapter to the DC IN port on the side of the EnGo.
  3. Plug the other end of the power cord into a power outlet.

Charge the EnGo using an auxiliary battery

Use the included power cord to connect to a D-Tap port on an auxiliary battery or the V-Mount or Gold Mount battery plates to charge the EnGo.

  1. Connect the power cord to the DC IN port on the side of the EnGo.
  2. Perform one of the following actions:
    1. Connect the power cord directly to an auxiliary battery.
    2. Connect the power cord to the battery plate. Slide an auxiliary battery onto the battery plate.

Note IconNote: When you connect an auxiliary battery to the EnGo, the battery both powers and charges the EnGo (if the internal battery needs charging). Because it performs both functions, the battery level in the auxiliary battery drains faster.

Starting the EnGo

  1. On the front of the EnGo, press and hold Power button for approximately one second.

While the transmitter turns on and establishes a network connection, start-up messages appear on the Preview screen.

Connecting to the EnGo

You can use the connection ports on either side of the EnGo to connect video and audio, Ethernet, IFB, or Intercom.

Note IconNote: By default, Ethernet port 1 on the EnGo 265 is configured as a WAN port and Ethernet port 2 is configured as a LAN port. To configure both Ethernet ports as WAN ports, contact Dejero Support.

EnGo 265 Left Side

  1. IFB Out
  2. Intercom
  3. HDMI In
  4. SDI In

EnGo 265 Right Side

  1. USB
  2. Ethernet
  3. HDMI Out
  4. DC In

About the Preview screen

When the EnGo is on, the Preview screen appears. You can use the Preview screen in portrait or landscape mode.

EnGo 265 Landscape UI

  1. Power source
  2. Network connections
  3. Menu
  4. Go Live button
  5. Status
  6. Record button
  7. Status
  8. Record menu
  9. Live menu

Need help?

You can find more support information on the SupportHub at support.dejero.com. If you require additional help, please contact support at support@dejero.com.

Technical Support:
US & Canada (Toll Free): 1 866 808 3665, ext 2
International: +1 519 772 4824, ext 2