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    Welcome Charlie! Billy in Tennessee here. I'm here to learn modern technology and software.
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    Ok I registered so I could give some feedback. I have a Lorex 4K camera system that has only six wires on the Camera side of the RJ 45 and 2nd plug, and I used corresponding chart above to solder the connections because my female lorex corroded within a week when the lorex weatherproof cover failed - so I needed to connect direct and bypass the female end of the lorex camera to the cat5e. The good news is using the diagrams above, everything works perfectly (audio and video) and they are 4K Cameras. Here’s the tip, the wires are so small the best way to get them connected directly or solder them together is to twist them together with the insulation still on them, and put the soldering gun tip on the insulation on both wires at once, and solder them at the same time using this method. The insulation melts, exposes the wires, and solders them solid. IMHO there is no other way since the wires will break when just trying to strip insulation off of them. Thats my give back and thanks to those above for the diagram...it worked flawlessly. Jim
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    My name is Charlie. Due to our location slowly turning into Dodge city I have installed a Konig CCTV system. I have joined to learn more about CCTV so I can help other people in our local home watch association of which I am a member. 76 Yrs but still got a mind
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    Hi. We do a lot of pos and gilbarco systems ( both pos and pump management) You will find it much easier to use the existing internal network to capture the text. Each cash register is already sending the text data back to back office ( as stock control) which is still to much info for using as text overlay but if you go on the back office PC and do IP config and search pos term all cash registers will show ... Write down each IP address it will show for each. Then go to management service on the pos back office then network and look for port out ..... Look at each IP you written down and look for port 5551 ( cash register1) 5552 ( cash register2) This will give you the same text as recept to customer and these are the IP and address you should use on each camera on your hik NVR Also on gilbarco pump management it has alarm outputs which can be sent to a PTZ camera .... When pump 1 is started PTZ will turn to is or pump 4 .... Capture every pump which starts and this will also show on transaction ( if pump start is on registers)
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