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  1. rSRQQqSRrz can only be used today
  2. Cheap and nasty click on plastic dome ..... no ip ratings you could not use that outside. no one uses domes anymore
  3. Hi. Is this the 2004 model Lef/10 ? Are you using the call adapter
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    Need Upgrade. please advise.

    Hi. In your first post you say 120 distance to car wash is that ft or meters This sounds like a power problem as that distance is no problem at all for cat5 with baluns. How are they wired and what size power supply.
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    Need Upgrade. please advise.

    Your link is more crap ..... Infact that wireless system was discussed on the forum 3 days ago .......and it was $290 cheaper..... It's a floureon...... It is not a NVR its a wireless dvr. if the range is too long for cable then wireless is no good .....and it will not have a 1000ft range. Still makes no difference....IBM or Lenovo don't make CCTV equipment. are all your current cameras on cat5 or coax..... Distance to your car wash is not a problem for either
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    Amcrest 10808 and varifocal Dahua

    Hi. You will need to add more information. is your dvr all formats.... Tvi CVI AHD? Why modify and why
  7. tomcctv

    Need Upgrade. please advise.

    Revo only rebadge..... They don't make and prices are ridiculous. why have you not asked them for 4K analog ? Same quality as IP .......but means you just replace cameras and dvr and still use your existing cameras and will not cost you $7k. But if you go IP IP use NVRs ..... So your answer is yes you can and a lot easier because you don't need to run cables .....as long as both NVRs are on the same network you can configure each screen to what ever camera. also 20 cameras with audio first you need to check with your state laws on recording audio. second, audio will use up your HD space in days as it always records you only need audio at cash areas.
  8. Hi. Also with the ds7200s you have the option of h264 and 265 .....so your estimated days will increase to 32 from 16 .......less data. So it might start to over right in next day or so. 5gb might not change ..... It will be what is left not what is used ...... Files are writen in 20mins sections
  9. ........its live overlay so only 1 time is involved......the NVR
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    Cameras and NVR

    Graham you don't have a faulty unit ............this is something you probably don't want to hear. wireless systems are crap .... And always have been .....search wireless on the forum and you will see the past 10 years wireless does not work. the link you posted about same system ..... Let's break down the price. £150 /$160 it comes with 1tb hard drive ......... £60. That leaves £90 left for 1 recorder and 4 cameras ..... That's £18 / $20 each component ..... That is cheap junk. The guy on YouTube is right...........but Floureon also sells IP systems (which yours is not) and you can boost the signal with repeaters.........cat5 cable is used. you can not make a wireless system better. There are too many othe factors that reduce the range. ....... This is why they are cheap. i would spend more time on a forum and learn a little about systems before you buy another....... It will save you money in the long run. and don't buy from eBay or Amazon and the likes .....most is out of date crap and over priced. buy from a uk distributor
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    BNC CONNECTION

    Sunnykim sunnykim ..... your best not using the forum while drunk.
  12. tomcctv

    Cameras and NVR

    You 100% DO NOT HAVE a ip system. No you can’t boost the signal. Now the link you sent ...... which is the same unit I posted .... except black no white but read the camera spec ..... it says PAL ...... which means it’s analog.... you have a wireless system system just like a wireless door bell 2.4Ghz your recorder connects to your router which gives you the ability to view on other devices
  13. Hi. How important is the footage. Most systems have a watermark embedded into the recorded footage. it will tell you if anything is altered
  14. tomcctv

    Cameras and NVR

    Hi. The one above also has two aerials. so you have a wireless only system 2.4GHz..... No IP protocol so you can't connect cameras to your router. you only have two options move cameras to get a better signal or move recorder to a better central point this is the problem with wireless systems .......spec range does not account for walls or what the walls are made from. There is not much you can do.
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    Cameras and NVR

    I left a picture on last post ...... Is that the same as yours. Ok try this ......switch off your recorder and see if your cameras are still on the Internet . its the recorder giving you Internet access not the cameras. another test......switch off your router and see if your cameras are still on the recorder screen.
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    Cameras and NVR

    Hi. Graham. it all depends if your system is wireless or wifi. since you are having a distance problem from cam to recorder then I think you have a wireless system ... I which case no you can't add cameras to your router it is a proprietary frequency system. does your system look like this .
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    BNC CONNECTION

    Hi. It is around the $28 a pair now
  18. Sunnykim...... Anything to promote old analog. were does it say anywhere on the post that the card ran for 13 years. card and software is 13 years old. but using your math. post was 2010 and OP had a failed system ...... So it only lasted 3 years. i have socks older than that sunnykim.
  19. Just looked at there software. There is a direct stream from each terminal for any network device even iPhone. so you just need from there tech ...... Ports .... IP ..... Recipe stream and enter that into NVR settings
  20. Hi. Wells Fargo platform you out should not need any equipment.... You should be able to have all data sent via registers switch. dont try to open any ports yourself on that software.....as you know there tech support is expensive if you get it wrong. call them and ask for the cash terminals IP and ports. as long as your NVR is on the same network .... You then only need to follow your NVRs manual.
  21. Sorry I read that as no back office ...... Just standalone cash registers. which software are you using .... Something like Orical or Torex yes this makes it easier as all cash registers will be on a switch to back office so you only need to find each terminal IP and port ...... If your thermal keep NVR on epson print
  22. Hi. Chesterfield. i remember you installing your system ..........I think it will be a mistake going over to a hikvision NVR hikvision cameras are good ........but there NVRs and the software is old ......there security side of recorders is a joke to the point it is not secure anymore. check your PM for a alternative........ It makes hikvision look like a toy. Pit will also Handel your avigilon cameras no problem.
  23. tomcctv

    help with dvr and ipcam setup

    Hi. I was waiting for the punch line .......then realised you was not telling a joke. what you have to tell to Dvr is it has to turn into a NVR you can't do what you are asking ..... IP is digital dvr is analog. you can't put balun on LAN setup
  24. Hi. Thank you for diagrams...... I've got a headache now 😀 How many terminals do you have (registers) and what is the distance between cash registers and NVR two options I see ..... First is rs232 (db9) to USB .....for com port second is network from switch before terminals .... But I think that will give you more recipe detail than what you need and we have had problems with handshake in the past that way. USB to serial is the stable option ..... Mirror recipe printer data on serial. usb serial there are cheap and expensive ..... Use the program ones ...... Any power loss com port stays the same .... You don't want it to move every time system is down. i have always used moxa equipment. i can send you a moxa for free if you want to try this way
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    BNC CONNECTION

    Cabling has advanced a lot over the last few months. IP over cat cable is limited to distance (which changes soon) but there are IP baluns now for replacing cat cable and using standard RG59 which gives IP Poe a distance of 1.600 feet. we were given samples back in November and was told distance is twice that. we ran 500m (1.600 feet) with a 4mp camera and worked with no problems. direct from NVR Poe output. No need for switches or boosters. So a very cost effective way to run IP systems over 4 times cat5 distance also upgrading old coax systems it Makes it easy and only balun costs on existing coax
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