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  1. i would think about going old school. cover parts of the deck with outdoor carpet and install pressure switches. that way the weight of a bird does not trip anything but a person would
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    School Football Field Camera System

    a school system we do work for just installed a commerical system that provides the camera wireless and setup streaming I believe it was called Pixellot
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    RG59 siamese cable in PVC Pipe.

    if there is not much price difference I would use one inch and choose a good grade of RG6. I would still use underground rated even in conduit.
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    Camera 5.5mm Power Pigtail/Plug Wire Gauge Thickness

    you have it correct. the smaller wire is only going to cause a slight voltage drop if it is short. There are charts that show how much drop over for wire size and distane. Your camera also tolerates some voltage differences
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    600 feet range on NVR

    yes put an intermediate poe switch or extender.
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    Sound Recording

    what does your manual say? usually the NVR manual will show you how to record sound often there is a seperate RCA input.
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    Sound Recording

    what make and model of camera and DVR do you have?
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    Cat 6 but what awg 23 or 24

    23 will carry more current so I would always use 23 when the job may require cat6.
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    Security HOOK for PTZ installation needed ?

    that littl cable just makes it easier to install and aim If you hav somthing that would work I would put it on
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    Security HOOK for PTZ installation needed ?

    Not really if you do not plan on dropping it.
  11. Think of your internal IP address like extension numbers on a phone system Bill is at ext 101 and Jills ext is 103 etc. so if you set up your internal Ip address for examlpe 10.10.10. 25 for one camera 10.10.10.27 for amother and set the NVR to 10.10.10.1 for the NVR they should all talk to each other (same subnet 255.255.255.0) when setting the address set them to static. So now all the extensions (cameras) are talking to the main switch(NVR. But they do not talk to the out side world until a connection via router is made to the internet. So long story short you should be able to view and record your cameras locally without a router or ethernet connection
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    record video to dvr coaxial ports ??

    It sounds like you have a analog recorder make and model would help. If your camera has a analog out on it then you can h into one of the coax ports otherwise you would need some kind of converter to go from IP to analog. There are a lot of converters on the market that let you go from analog to IP but I am not sure about going from IP to analog.
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    Geovision Software

    I just checked on the Geo website and the latest software is 8.8. check your cameras manual to see what the server requirements are. I would upgrade to the latest software version. How many camerass do you have on the system now.? Adding a camera to a geo system takes a couple of steps which should be outlined in the manual. All software and docs are avaliable frome the geo website
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    Geovision Software

    what version of the software are you using and what is the camera part number (make and model)
  15. check your local code but low voltage cables can be run above the drop ceiling. One thing to check is to see if above the drop ceiling is a plenum space. If so you may need t run plenum rated cable.
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