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  1. Fozzie Bear

    Choice of Audio Cable

    I am about to install an Exvist 8.0Mp POE CCTV camera in our village hall to stream meeting to Youtube via RTMP protocol. I need to run a long audio cable from the microphone amplifier at the front of the hall to the camera at the other end as an audio feed and trying to decide on the best cable. I have looked at various cable types including pre-made with included 3.5mm jacks on each end to rolls of cable. The lead will run in some large timber boxing down the side of the room and will be adjacent data and mains cable so it really needs to be screened to reduce any pickup. I am looking on the well known auction site and equally well known large online retailer and there are various versions:- Cheaper single screen 2 core withf metalized pvc wrap, Single screened 2 core with copper woven braid Double screen 2 core flex with metalized foil and copper braid. Single screen Two core Balanced microphone with tinned copper braid In each case one end will be terminated in a 3.5mm stereo jack to go into the camera and a 6.3mm jack or XLR plug Trying to keep the price of install as low as possible but don't want problems with hum or pickup on audio so any advice would be appreciated.
  2. Hi All, I am having same issue Admin Password was set some time ago when i had a take away, now i have come to install it in to a frends pub Admin password for the life of me i have tried all my usual ones. Make is : Qvis pion-mk3-8bb Date showing is 2021-08-12 time 23.00 https://home.mycloud.com/action/share/f4c8986c-166a-46f7-9c61-18fc244a8fe7 Many thanks in advance if some technical wis is able to asist me have a great day and stay safe Gareth
  3. LemonsUK

    4G Solar Powered Camera?

    Hey all, I'm looking at purchasing a Reolink Go PT, I've watched this review and it looks pretty good: https://youtu.be/A7S1zihmF-I However I wanted to know if any of you have tried this camera? Or can recommend any other suitable cameras. I need it to be 4G and powered by solar really as it will be mounted in a remote location and when I'm not there I won't have the generator running. If you have any cheaper suggestions that would be good although I'm not too technical so would need it to be simple as possible! Asking a lot I know! Mainly, this is the first time I've heard of Reolink, Are they a good brand? I've had Swan and Sannice cameras in the past but they were cheaper NVR type systems. Cheers all, Leo
  4. I'm planning to buy a HIKVISION HWI-D140H-M ( 12 VDC, 0.4 A, max: 5 W , 12 VDC ± 25% . I dont know if this camera will work on my POE NVR DC input: 48 volts , current = 2 A
  5. Hi all, I found a few analog cctv cams and a 4ch BNC Capture card... found each of them separately and not sure if they are compatible. The card has almost no information on it. - First I see a white triangle with what i think is a no touching sign (Triangle with fingers picking something up and a line across it. - At the very top of the card there's a "9404 VER:3.1" - 4 chips smaller AND 1 larger chip - "MODEL NO: TT-S404R V3.1 G" your helping me with sourcing the right drivers / software will be greatly appreciated. Many thanks in advance.
  6. High definition video on IP cameras is usually mentioned as either 720p or 1080p. 1080p, or full HD resolution, records images that measure 1920 x 1080 pixels; 720p HD images measure 1280 x 720 pixels. The “p” in 720p and 1080p stands for “progressive scan,” which helps minimize blur caused by movement. Older-style analog CCTV cameras measure image resolution in horizontal lines, called TVL. the upper the amount of lines in a picture , the upper the resolution. New IP cameras use different technology, and measure resolution through pixels. IP cameras can fit more pixels into a picture than CCTV cameras can fit horizontal lines, supplying you with a better quality image. HD IP cameras use even more pixels than non-HD cameras, supplying you with the simplest image quality available. cctv camera price in bangladesh To use an HD camera for face recognition , the face often must measure a particular pixel size. you'll also got to consider the lighting and therefore the angle the person is at while facing the camera—bad lighting or too sharp of an angle can make it hard to spot people. For more information on pixel count and face recognition , speak with our surveillance experts for specific recommendations for your project. HD cameras record images during a widescreen ratio of 16:9, which suggests the image is larger and wider than a non-HD camera. This wider image is what allows you to potentially monitor an equivalent area with fewer HD cameras, also allowing you to save lots of money on and time on installation. Non-HD IP cameras often have a facet ratio of 4:3. By recording video with more pixels during a wider ratio , high definition cameras offer you detailed images not available with CCTV analog or non-HD IP cameras.
  7. HI All, Hope everyone is safe, Great Forum, a lot of knowledgably people I currently have the following which was installed about 5 years ago 8-Eyemax XIB-1022 12V HD-SDI Eyeball 3.6mm Lens Dome Camera UVST Magic-QL08 with a 2TB HDD The Software I use on my iPhone is Mr. Patrol which is not the best, everyone has their opinion I just don't like it I like to keep the cameras and all the coaxial cable as it is hidden perfectly around the home I like to upgrade my DVR to a NVR which in turn I can access remotely from another PC or iPhone (As Mentioned the Mr. Patrol is always down, more than it works) Can you please help me on what I may need Feel free to ask any questions if I left anything out Thank you so much Eddie
  8. 1. My company has many office premises. In some of them, UVSS (Under Vehicle Search Scanners) are installed at entry & exit gates. This system has multiple cameras, which help capture faces of the front seat passengers apart from under carriages and license plates of vehicles. 2. For other facilities where UVSS are not installed, we have a requirement to capture the faces of driver and other passengers of all vehicles entering and leaving the premises. 3. Please recommend outdoor CCTV camera specifications for a high-end day / night camera for an office facility entry / exit points to capture faces of driver and passengers during in / out vehicular movement.
  9. jgoo9410

    Qvis Password Reset

    First post here. I'm having a bit of bother with a Qvis system I have. Our installer has disappeared leaving me with the system he installed to manage myself. My most immediate issue is that I am locked out! I know there are ways to reset the password from the recovery option and I was wondering if anyone here had the facility to generate the required code? My system is a Qvis Viper and I can provide the date-time information if required.
  10. Hi guys I’m currently in the market for a new camera for one of my premises. I wanted a camera that gives a audio warning message when triggered and even flashing light if possible but the light is not totally essential! I have come across hikvision DS-2Cd2t46g1-41/sl My question is has anyone any experience with this camera, how do they feel it works , is the audio output any use eg would a person in a car hear it or have you needed to add additional speaker if possible? If anyone has any information or suggestions that they did for a similar job in the past id appreciate the help
  11. peter4sks

    Video redaction software

    I'm ever increasingly being asked to redact video footage (blur faces of people not involved in an incident) and was wondering if anyone has an easy, secure and cheap way of doing it. I'd like a buy once piece of software if possible, and don't want to use the cloud. Basically under GDPR regulations, any footage given to solicitors etc need to have customers faces blurred. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  12. Hi, Wondering if someone could help me with my home CCTV system. At night I have a strange white(ish) light on both my front and rear camera. Please look at the images. Any idea what this is? I have spoken to Reolink support who suggested it’s a cobweb – It’s not… Camera Model – Reolink -RLC-410 Thanks Matt
  13. Jose144

    CCTV Integration Survey

    Hey Guys. I'm beginning a market survey for a manufacturer of CCTV products. I'm curious to see what your biggest problems are as CCTV integrators. I'm more than happy to share the results. Let's brainstorm and find some solutions for them. See GoogleForms link below - 3 questions. Thanks Professional CCTV Integration Survey
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  15. Hi I have installed cameras in two of my houses over the last few weeks , I have been using the mobile Hik-Connect app to remotely view and has been working great . I installed a new ampr camera and need to login via a laptop to configure settings but cannot for the life of me find how to login successfully . On my mobile app I logged in from day one via a mobile number and password don’t thibk I ever gave a email . After some research and YouTube videos I see I need to search my IP address in search bar and takes me to hikvision login page , but that’s as far that I can get ! When I try to use the details on the laptop that I have been using to login with the mobile app it’s saying wrong username and keeps locking me out . I have tried using default me such as admin , 12345 for logins but none are working ! Also via the mobile app if I select account settings it’s giving me a user name , which is a few letters and numbers mixed together computer made but even this user does not seem to be working I even tried creating a new hikvision account via there website but when I try to add my device via serial number it’s saying “operation failed , the device is added by other users “. I also clicked the forgot password on login page but is saying no answers is set for security questions and guid file verification seems not to be set either Does anyone have any ideas how I can get around this problem , I just need to login on a laptop once to adjust my ampr camera and then continue using the mobile app 99% of the time . I used Swann system before and that took literally 5minutes to set up on laptop and mobile so I think I must be stuck in a glitch and can’t get past it without some inside knowledge Hope someone can see this as a easy fix thanks guys in advanced
  16. Hello Everybody, a newbie here. We have recently closed down a warehouse of ours and I am lunbered with the task of selling the old CCTV system setup. There is one box here that I cannot find ANYWHERE on the web, its called Invidia-S - Serial Number IS1601004. Of course on Monday i will try to call the company who installed it and ask them - But i am an impatient bugger. It is the Box on the bottom, the red one. Was wondering if any CCTV mavericks here could identify from the pictures this piece of hardware. Thanks so much - Hope to hear from anyone soon! Ciao Luca
  17. We would like a cctv system but haven’t a clue what to look for. We live in a two bed semi bungalow. Because of our age and disability the children would like to be able to check on us :-))). Baby monitor in reverse haha
  18. Hello! In this topic I would like to share my impressions of the wireless camera. Perhaps my review will be useful. This is a simple device for solving not complicated tasks. I bought this camera to install near to the entrance door and see what happens there. I chose and watched various devices for a long time, expensive and cheap. From the very beginning I was not sure which camera I needed. Therefore, to experiment purchased a wireless camera on Amazon. I decided not to buy the cheapest device and focused on the reviews and their number. The requirements were as follows: - wifi connection - write to USB flash drive - ability to connect to the registrar if required - metal case - night lights - easy setup and installation SPECS: Sensor: 1/3 "SC1235 CMOS Processor: HiSilicon Hi3518Ev200 Minimum level of illumination: 0.1 Lux @ (F2.0, AGC ON), 0.01 Lux with IR Frame rate: 15 fps (main stream) Lens: 3.6mm Compression Format: H.264 IR LED: 24 LEDs IR illumination range: 20m Power supply: DC12V, 1A Temperature range: -20 - 80 С Protection Level: IP66 Body Material: Metal Viewing angle (according to the formula a = 2arctg (d / 2f)): 74 degrees Wired interface: 1 RJ45 10 m / 100 m Wireless Interface: Realtek RTL8188ETV (802.11bgn) Equipment: - ip-camera; - power supply 12V / 1A (length 3 meters); - removable wifi antenna; - mounting kit with a template and hex; - UTP cat5e 4x2 AWG24 patch cord (1 meter long). Below you can see a compartment for installing a microSD flash card. The compartment is closed with a lid on two screws. Swivel bracket, I would say classic. The camera can be rotated at different angles and fixed as needed. A black overlay is attached to the visor to prevent stray light from the IR LEDs. Personally, I would prefer a black paint spraying, instead of a visor, which over time can fall off and it happens. Wiring harness is very standard for such devices: RJ45 8p8c jack, DC12V power jack and camera reset button. To reset the settings, it is enough to apply power to the camera, wait until it is fully turned on and hold the button down for 5 seconds. SOFTWARE Remote access to the camera works thanks to p2p technology. For connection to a camera from a PC on Windows, the manufacturer offers the program AVSS PC client. The process of adding a camera is the same as in the CMS application, however AVSS immediately finds the camera via the media port, and in the CMS you need to add the camera manually. Finally, the last application you need to say is mobile. ZOSI is betting on it as an easy and effective way to interact with the camera. We need the program Zosi Smart App. The name is the same in both app stores for known platforms. I tested it for android. The process of adding a camera is very simple and is described in detail in the instructions. To be able to view remotely, not from the home LAN, you need to register, however, the confirmation code may not arrive in the mail the first time. I came at the second attempt. After searching and adding a camera, the program requires you to change the standard password to your own and we get to the main window VIDEO QUALITY Image quality is expected for a camera whose resolution is still closer to 1Mp. There are not enough stars from the sky, which means that the range of tasks for such a device will be more than trivial, for example, overview functions: materials brought to your object or not yet, whether your employee went to work or not, is your shovel at the fence or is it up your neighbor, watching an older man / child. In general, the simplest household tasks without frills and claims for serious video surveillance. PROS AND CONS + wifi + write to USB flash drive + onvif support, which means that a ip camera can connect to any NVR + long power cord + looks serious, the neighbor is jealous. - no poe - clumsy mobile software - there is no web interface These and other photos you can see at google drive Made a simple video with day and night shooting I will also answer your questions about the camera.
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