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  1. Parts are from micro center. For geovision parts. I can help you. Just shoot me a list. Georgeb@dallaswholesalecctv.com
  2. No issues yet. 7 months now.
  3. This Eagle 1 series is a new improved vandal dome camera with all updated features to meet nowadays surveillance camera needs. The new EI (Easy Installation) case design makes this Eagle 1 vandal dome stand out from other dome cameras. It requires only two screws to secure the camera on a ceiling or wall. Tightening the other two adjacent screws will lock the camera viewing angle, simple and easy. This EI design also includes a driver tool for zoom and focus; this allows users to adjust the lens without blocking the camera view, and obtain accurate images. Eagle 1 vandal dome camera uses SONY Effio DSP technology, has 700 TV lines high resolution picture quality, better S/N ratio, and sharper color reproduction. Crystal clear video image quality is obtained with Full D1 digital video recorder. The video program in this Eagle1 series camera is a State-of-the-Art technology by LTX. Its auto white balance suits wide environmental change, for example, sun light, shaded, tungsten, and fluorescent light. Whether this camera is installed indoor, outdoor, under bright day light, or dimmer condition, LTX Eagle 1 vandal dome camera can provide good video performance. The lens focal length is from 2.8mm to 12mm, giving a wide range of view angle from 22 degree to 80 degrees. There are 36 infrared LEDs; LTX's vandal dome camera can capture black and white images under total darkness. Overall, this Eagle 1 vandal dome camera is one of the “must have” selections for users who need a performance surveillance system. Only at Dallas Wholesale CCTV https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc1/734508_619413954741101_1642101635_n.jpg https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/1696_619413951407768_1786165789_n.jpg

    Dual Monitors GV-800

    Hello, The Main at 16 and 16 on the other is exactly what I was thinking. The USB ones do work pretty good. I have had some trouble with a couple when using mp cameras as cheaper models will make the screen jumpy. The one you posted is a 32 bit graphics support, so keep that in mind. Thank you, George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV

    noob ;)

    Hello, From a guy that started his career installing. I have found this helped me and I look for this in people I hire today. 1. Learn the DVR/NVR software your company mostly uses. Network,Ports, etc... 2. Be self learning and motivated. I am sure you are going to be under someone who has been installing for a long time. For a CCTV installer this can be eternity. So for you to learn on your own and be forthcoming in your actions, this is a big deal for me and I hope other employers. Nobody wants to babysit you. 3. Take pride in your work. I can't count how many times I have had to redo others crap work. This will reflect you as an installer and your company. From ceiling to floor always remember someone will see and judge your install. 4. Buy your own tools. Make sure you have the right tools. This will save you so much time in the end. Buy a TDR, Compression Tool, Volt Meter, Hammer Drill, Fish Rods/Tape, and a tall ladder ha-ha.. etc. This list is to long to go on. I hope you your success's and welcome to the industry! Thank you, George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV

    Empire Security or Security Labs

    Hello, If you are trying to see at a distance of 70-75'. Using a 4-9mm CCTV camera, I am not sure you will be pleased with the image result you will get with your current unit. I am going to include a link to Tamron lenses. This is a calculator that will help you figure out what lens you need for the distance, horizontal, and vertical. I hope this helps you. http://www.tamron-usa.com/cctv/lenscalculator/index.php Thank you, George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV

    A little advice could go a long way...

    Hello, I would need to know what shows up on your monitor. Can you add pictures? The constant beep is most likely caused by video lost or hard drive failure. This is a pretty easy fix, and seeing that you have purchased this used it most likely did not come with it's original user manual and software. This is not a terrible thing as most of the DVR's that come from overseas use a pretty basic and widely used software. So networking to your phone and computer will not be so bad. (Hopefully) As far as my questions to you are, 1. Can you post pictures of the screen you see at start up. 2. Front and back pictures of the DVR. 3. Do you have a remote control for this DVR? Thank you and look froward to helping you solve this. George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV Also after further investigation. I have found this is a old Super Circuit model based on that they still have DMR item numbers for DVR's . Here is the information. The beeping is common in this model as well, this is a Disk Failure. DMR-9/16 Specification Specifications MODEL DVR-9 Video format NTSC/EIA or PAL/CCIR Hard disk storage IDE type, UTMA 66 above, 1 removable HDDs supported Record mode Manual / Alarm / Timer Camera Input Signal Composite video signal 1 Vp-p 75Ω BNC, 9 channels Camera Loop Back Composite video signal 1 Vp-p 75Ω BNC, 9 channels Main Monitor Output Composite video signal 1 Vp-p 75Ω BNC Call Monitor Output Composite video signal 1 Vp-p 75Ω BNC Motion Detect Area 15 * 12 targets per camera (NTSC) 15 * 14 targets per camera (PAL) Audio input 4 audio input, (RCA) Audio output 2 audio output, (RCA) Motion Detect Sensitivity 256 Levels Video Loss Detection Yes Refresh Rate 120 images/sec. for NTSC / 60 images/sec. for PAL Recording Rate 25 images/sec. for NTSC / 18 images/sec. for PAL Dwell Time Programmable (1~10 Sec) Picture in Picture Yes (Movable) Key Lock Yes Picture Zoom 2*2 (Movable) Camera Title 6 letters Video Adjustable on Channels Color / Contrast / Brightness Adjustable Alarm Input TTL input, Hi (5V), Low (GND) Alarm Output COM / N.O. / N.C. Time Display Format YY/MM/DD, DD/MM/YY, MM/DD/YY, OFF Power Source AC100~240V ± 10% switching adaptor Power Consumption <27W Operation Temperature 10 ~ 40°C RS-232C / RS-485 (bps) 115200, 57600, 19200, 9600, 4800, 3600, 2400, 1200 Dimension 380 x 270 x 65mm (W x L x H) Net Weight 5.2 kgs

    Dual Monitors GV-800

    Hello, Yes that is it.. You will see an option at the top of that screen to select between monitors #1 and#2. You will then be able to choose which cameras and in what position to adapt to the chosen monitor. Also keep in mind the main monitor will not allow you to change positions in any way. I hope this helps you. George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV

    Dual Monitors GV-800

    Hello Sir, There is a way you can do that. Use the Geovision Spot Monitor. Then you can take what cameras you want on the 2nd screen. Thank you, George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV
  10. Hello, I have had this problem with a few customers. There are a few things that cause this problem that I have found. When your system restarts to do updates, this will not restart recording unless you set this in the Geovision software. Also you can stop the recording via your phone by clicking the start/stop record on each camera. I always tell my machine to never sleep and never check for updates as I will do the maintenance. I hope this helps you! Thank you, George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV
  11. Hello, Ok first off. I am glad you got these for free. They are pretty outdated but still ok. (480TVL) Good job on the power supply as you can use 12v or 24v on these cameras. I am not sure on the housings though. The computer is a bit old and will only cause you problems with a DVR card. Do yourself a big favor and get a standalone DVR. They are cheap and you won't have to treat it like a used car. They will do everything you need. There are many good ones on the market. You will also want to purchase RG-59 Siamese cable and connectors. I am guessing you do not have tools so get yourself Twist on BnC RG-59 connectors. They are very easy to install. I hope I have helped you Thank you, George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV
  12. Hello, I would go with Geovision. They sell a NVR standalone system with HDD and 4x 1.3mp cameras. I have found the package for as low as 1275.00 shipped. If you need outdoor cameras you can sell the indoor domes that come with the system on Ebay for an easy 245.00 each. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120988838670&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT This system is also expandable to 8. If you do not want a full NVR standalone system, you can purchase Geovision cameras one at a time as long as you have a pretty beefy machine. These include 32channel NVR software for free. Thank you, George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV
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    drv dummie

    Hello, We usually use Seagate hard drives as they are least likely to go out. Go to your local Fry's, Micro Center or Best Buy. Ask for a Seagate Sata Hard Drive 7200 speed. You can usually get a 1 terabyte for about 99.00. This will go easily inside. There are 2 SATA connectors to connect to. Thank you, George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV
  14. Hello, Well that is good. What kind of power are you using? PoE or Wired? I would start by changing the connections (RJ-45) Also changing the IP address of the camera to insure there is no conflict. George Boyle Dallas Wholesale CCTV