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  1. Hi yes the nvr will work without internet on IP cameras The IP address will be the address of your box which will need to be on the same lan as the router Gateway will be the router IP address that you log into via web browser for admin setup so for example if your router address is your nvr address will be 192.168.0.? Last number is whatever is allocated by router If set to dhcp or stick last couple of digits in yourself for example Subnet will be Gateway will be something like ( if that's your router address ) Port number use anything other than default http do not use 80 use another set of numbers ie 313 Server port is the nvr connection port which will be default depending on manufacturer change that to another number ie 4534 You'll need to port forward but more about port forwading when your internet service is setup hope that starts you off
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    RS485 question

    The only thing on rs485 is turn on the resistor for the furthest camera if nor than one as it balances baces the signal
  3. cctvman1379

    RS485 question

    Hi take a cable from. The connections on the dvr to the keyboard and they will both work fine both through dvr or nvr and through the keyboard
  4. This Looks like the it lights are relflecting back towards the camera lens is there a sponge around the lens that touches the glass as that could be misformed or misaligned
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    Help ptz camera

    The green yellow is a earth or ground wire The square connector is rj45 ether net The small round connector is for external power 12vdc or 24v ac it'll say OK the yellow label what is required
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    PTZ housing

    Hi your pictures dont work on the links could you attach them direct
  7. cctvman1379

    RS485 Cabling?

    From experience in the 2000,s when I worked in the cctv installation as a trainee I was always taught to use beldon screened 2 pair cable for data transmission and earth the screen wire I've never trusted cat5 or cat6 as a transmission line I have ptzs at home and have cabled in beldon cable and the job I'm working on at present I'm cabling the data in beldon it's just how I was trained and have carried it on for 15 years
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    Powers Supply Amperage

    The cameras draw aprpx 500ma per camera with infrared active and colour day is about 400ma no infrared you don't need all the pairs for power I use brown and white brown as pos and blue pair as neg
  9. So take the second hdmi feed to the second monitor using a hdmi externser over Cat5
  10. How many outputs has the nvr got. And. What make or. Model is the nvr
  11. cctvman1379

    Cat and Cat5e?

    https://www.amazon.com/Cable-Copper-Outdoor-Resistant-Syston/dp/B076VC77J7/ref=sr_1_4?crid=IKFI3X8D36K2&keywords=cat5e+copper&qid=1554017674&s=gateway&sprefix=Cat5e+copp%2Caps%2C283&sr=8-4 That one is pure copper I will not use cca as its poor quality
  12. As far as I'm. Aware dvrs nvrs don't have WiFi chips built. In they use either a WiFi access point on lan to. Nvr or a power ethernet line in the wall. Sockets
  13. Use a powerline adaptor in the loft and plug into nvr then the second powerline downstairs into router that will send the data through the electrical wiring
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    Hikvision DS-2CE56D0T-IRMF power cable

    Reed is pos green black is neg u I believe from a thct120 I had to cut the plug off I metered on the plug from continuity on the centre pin and the back cut wires on the plug itself when I checked hope that helps
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    Splice COAX to split the feed.

    Couldn't you just run a cable from DVR monitor output to TV direct