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  1. Sorted it was a dodgy female jack plug didn't have the inner sheath so wasn't gaining a true contact thanks for all the help appreciate the quick response and helpful advice
  2. Tried the camera on my own dvr at home and works perfectly with baluns will try it on another power supply this week if that doesn't work would you say to try a loop isolator ? Thanks again for the help much appreciated
  3. Yes added extra pair and distance is about 15metres Tried that the other day with a separate power supply As soon as the balun touches the dvr not even screwed in it just turns them all off and starts flickering
  4. This morning I have checked the camera on another dvr and all works fine so can take that out of the equation i havnt mentioned but I could hear the camera clicking ever few seconds and the ir going on and off my minds boggled off this
  5. Yes using 1 pair for power and one for video Using a 4 way splitter yes with a lead with four power plugs 12v 5a , each camera is pulling 350ma according to hikvsion Thanks again for reply
  6. And would you say 2 pairs for video and power ?
  7. Usually use shotgun cable to be honest and never have issues tried cat 5 and this issue has occurred and they are 1080p baluns up to 5mp from adi not cheap eBay ones the cables are pretty close to virgin on in the house but other three are ok
  8. Hi thanks for reply used 1 pair for power one pair for video no problem on the other three cameras tho just one?
  9. Hi all new to this forum I installed a four camera hikvision 5mp system yesterday using cat 5 duct grade 5mp baluns 5a 12v supply with flying leads. 3 out of 4 cameras are good but when I connect the video into the fourth it effects all the other cameras, basically kicks them out and each one comes back and goes and so fourth. I have tested the cable no shorts between any of the cores would this more than likely be a ground loop problem? Any response would be much appreciated
  10. Hi all new to this forum I installed a four camera hikvision 5mp system yesterday using cat 5 duct grade 5mp baluns 5a 12v supply with flying leads. 3 out of 4 cameras are good but when I connect the video into the fourth it effects all the other cameras, basically kicks them out and each one comes back and goes and so fourth. I have tested the cable no shorts between any of the cores would this more than likely be a ground loop problem? Any response would be much appreciated
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