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 Post subject: DVC403 4 channel pci card
PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2018 2:09 pm 
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Bought this PCI card many years ago. Worked great. Added another card and made it even better. Unfortunately, I plugged a cam in a few years back and burned out an input on one card. Luckily, I managed to get another card but they are no longer available. Scarce as hens teeth. I have 3 different systems, but the best with the most options is my eyeonet software. My stand alone dvr is a joke and my Geovision card software doesn't come close to performing as well as the eyeonet software. The eyeonet software still works great 9 years later, but I have the burned out card and am trying to figure out what these surface mount transistors are. I see a K and what appears to be the number 12 or 17 on them which doesn't tell me much. The BNC input connects directly to the transistor. I'm assuming the transistor is a video signal transistor. That said, I'd rather get a pro's opinion. Thanx for any reply!


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 Post subject: Re: DVC403 4 channel pci card
PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 10:00 pm 
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trytibbs wrote:
Bought this PCI card many years ago. Worked great. Added another card and made it even better. Unfortunately, I plugged a cam in a few years back and burned out an input on one card. Luckily, I managed to get another card but they are no longer available. Scarce as hens teeth. I have 3 different systems, but the best with the most options is my eyeonet software. My stand alone dvr is a joke and my Geovision card software doesn't come close to performing as well as the eyeonet software. The eyeonet software still works great 9 years later, but I have the burned out card and am trying to figure out what these surface mount transistors are. I see a K and what appears to be the number 12 or 17 on them which doesn't tell me much. The BNC input connects directly to the transistor. I'm assuming the transistor is a video signal transistor. That said, I'd rather get a pro's opinion. Thanx for any reply!

It could be a diode that drains out electrical surge in order to protect the card from lightening.


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 Post subject: Re: DVC403 4 channel pci card
PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:52 pm 
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Not when these devices have 3 terminals and are labeled on the board as q1, q2, q3, and q4.


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