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  1. I've built a Z-wave PIR as an experiment... Components: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000W41J6S http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0030G8SC8 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008Q5CTBE Motion detection on the PIR sends power to the relay, which closes the z-wave door sensor, sending a "tripped" state alert to my VeraLite. The VeraLite runs a scene that sends an external trigger to Blue Iris, to trigger motion recording on a group of cameras covering the front of my house. I chose the RAB PIR because unlike most of these lighting PIRs, the RAB can be set to detect motion during daylight hours.
  2. Give this a try... http://www.jailbreakqa.com/questions/136325/using-3g-while-connected-to-a-wifi-connection-without-internet
  3. telnet to the camera and login as username root using the admin password then issue the following command: awk '{print int($1/3600)":"int(($1%3600)/60)":"int($1%60)}' /proc/uptime the resulting output will be the uptime shown as h:m:s.
  4. digger11

    Control Your Garage door opener

    If you have a Vera home automation controller you can do what I did. Add a MimoLite by Fortrezz (http://fortrezz.com/index.php/products/mimolite) to your Z-Wave network, install a wired magnetic sensor on the garage door, and connect the MimoLite to the magnetic sensor and the garage door opener's button. Install the Vera garage door app, and it lets you see whether the door is open or closed, and remotely open or close the door. Then you can set up any sort of notification or automated actions you want.
  5. I have cameras running 5.1.2 and 5.1.6. Each are running with a davinci.tar.gz from the appropriate version that has been patched. I can confirm that the Test buttons do not exist in 5.1.2. I would not recommend using the 5.1.2 davinci.tar.gz on your 5.1.6 camera. There is no telling what issues it might cause.
  6. digger11

    flashing DS-2CD2132-I without webgui

    You might try loading firmware via TFTP. I've never done a Hikvision camera, so I can't say for sure whether or not it will reset the camera to factory settings, but it doesn't sound like you have much to lose. I can't post a link that you can click on, so you'll have to copy and past the following into your browser, but here is the URL for the TFTP tool and documentation on the Hikvision Europe server.... http://www.hikvisioneurope.com/portal/index.php?dir=Z%20OLD/Technical%20Materials/Special%20Tools/TFTP-Auto-Update/#