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  1. jeromephone

    Goodbye Geovision!

    why did yu have to upgrade.
  2. Try using vmix. I got a geovision IP camera to work with it. trial version is free to give it a try
  3. jeromephone

    4k over coax

    cca gets a bad reputation because it is not allowed on many construction projects. A lot of it does not meet electrical code. Here is a link discussing CCA in a network (Cat5,6 ETC) that addresses some of the issues at least in the US. https://www.flukenetworks.com/content/application-note-copper-clad-aluminum-cables
  4. jeromephone

    Best wire for CCTV microphone?

    what kind of microphone are you using and what are you hooking it too.
  5. jeromephone


    Look on Ditek's Web site
  6. jeromephone

    4k over coax

    https://www.firefold.com/collections/bulk-coaxial-cable is one of many suppliers. the main thing is to stay away from CCA
  7. jeromephone

    4k over coax

    cca is junk you need solid copper core and shielding . for instance this is from an online supplier RG59/U 20AWG Pure Copper Conductor 128 Copper Braided (95%) 18 AWG X2 Pure Copper Power Cable
  8. jeromephone

    4k over coax

    if it is good quality cable, is within length,and terminated and installed correctly it should be fine.
  9. jeromephone

    Miniature Coax Cable for CCTV?

    if cable is the right impedence it will work. many lower cost systems use the smaller cable. i would be concerned with cable quality and length.
  10. https://www.hikvision.com/mtsc/uploads/product/accessory/UD09611B_Baseline_User_Manual_of_Network_PTZ_Camera_V5.5.7_20180328(22).pdf page 97 restore to default
  11. is it possible you have a duplicate ip address between the dvr an another device on the network
  12. jeromephone

    What happened to this camera?

    try a different power supply and/or check voltage at camera. that is where i would start
  13. jeromephone

    Power Supply recommendation

    look at altronix. we have used them for cameras and access control and never had a problem
  14. how about using a long range AP you can get some good ones for under 100,00 and you could reuse it
  15. jeromephone


    Why not tie standard IP cameras to access points and use the greater bandwith to transmit back to NVR.