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  1. Are you using IE? I tried Chrome on mine and it will do most things but some things are whacky. Using IE I have no problems at all.
  2. EarlT

    CNB MIR1000 IR Illuminator

    I bought this and never put it into use. Hooked it up once to test. Basically new. $75 shipped. http://www.cnbtec.com/en/html/product/product.php?seqx_prod=1055
  3. At 380 ft your increasing your chances for spotty service. Is there a way you can add a cheap ethernet hub to reduce the length? I have worked on networks with long 400' runs that worked for years then just quit. New ends didn't bring it back. Switching to a new run usually resolved it. Wire is cheap. If your not wanting to add a hub or extender, run a dedicated line.
  4. EarlT


    Yes, all of their current generation support onvif. As long as your NVR will handle ONVIF your good to go.
  5. Have you tried Acti's IP utility? It's pretty handy in these situations.
  6. Look at the Cisco SF302-08MP for a fanless 10 port switch with 124 watts. 8 POE and 2 Gig non poe. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps5718/ps10898/data_sheet_c78-610061.html
  7. EarlT

    PTZ fan?

    I wouldn't worry about it. If it's "designed" to be outdoors then go for it.
  8. I have used VitaminD to monitor the second stream on some cameras. The primary stream is recorded by my primary NVR.
  9. Cat 5e will do gig just fine.
  10. EarlT

    Wanted: KCM-5611 for parts/repair

    Have you checked with ACTI? Open a ticket with them. They have been great to deal with for me. I bet they will repair it for a fair fee.
  11. EarlT

    Wire difference???

    PoE is just using standard network cables and feeding power through it. Siamese is two seperate sets of wire. One for video the other for power. Usually bonded together with seperate connections for power and video at each end.
  12. Too bad Panasonic didn't keep the Sanyo HD line going. I still have pair of them with no plans to retire them.
  13. EarlT

    Avigilon 1MP HD Cameras [eBay]

    Those are the JPEG2000 cameras and will only work with Avigilon Control Center. Good cameras but only for ACC users. I would be cautious to buy from across the pond for that price. If they were $150, might be wort the risk to some.
  14. Those are nice images. I put an IPC-HDB3200C in a clients store last fall and it really does a good job. I just used it in a pinch, but client liked it and was fine with the NO WARRANTY OPTION so we left it. Low cost and quality image are finally achievable. Crossing my fingers and hoping it last at least a year.