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Hello All

We have an installation with 3 HD-SI camera.

We have noticed that some time one of the camera image coming DVR keep appearing and disappearing. Power supply was replaced.

 

Any suggestion?

 

Regards

Ali

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Hello All

We have an installation with 3 HD-SI camera.

We have noticed that some time one of the camera image coming DVR keep appearing and disappearing. Power supply was replaced.

 

Any suggestion?

 

Regards

Ali

 

What is the distance between Cam and DVR ?

just finish job with HD-SDI

ma longest run was 150feet

so far I and customer love it

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Hello

 

The distance is about 200 ft using RG-6 cable.

We have two other camera 10 ft away, using the same type of coax and the are

working fine. Could noise generated from florescent light be reason.?

 

Regards

Ali

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Hello

 

The distance is about 200 ft using RG-6 cable.

We have two other camera 10 ft away, using the same type of coax and the are

working fine. Could noise generated from florescent light be reason.?

 

Regards

Ali

 

Hard for me to say

only done 2 jobs with HD-SDI

so far so good

Actually I like it my self a lot

for small jobs

going to offer only HD-SDI

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Supposedly, HDcctv and HD-SDI should have no issues with 200 feet of RG6. That said, did you use proper RG6? By that, I mean solid copper center conductor and 95% or better braided copper shield? It is my understanding that, like analog, the use of CATV (antenna) cable with copper clad steel center conductor and foil/aluminum shield severely shortens the transport distance. Also, HDcctv/HD-SDI supposedly requires BNC connectors which are specially made for the signals.

 

You could try swapping cameras at some point. If another camera exhibits the same symptoms in that location, the culprit is likely cable or connectors.

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