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Red and black, are power; white to a rc plug center pin yellow to the center pin of a rc plug and there should be a bare wire you need to split it off to the outside section of the yellow and white rc plug
Make sure it is not in a really shaded area. If the camera does not see enough light, it will stay in black and white mode. If that is not the issue, you might want to contact Lorex directly with the Camera model number.
Red is Power (12VDC), Black is Common Ground, White is Audio, Yellow is Video. The camera is from a "Homeland Security Brand" Camera and Monitor set that was being sold at Walmart about 2004/2005. That's the Black and White Model. The "Night Vision" portion barely works on these and the picture isn't very clear even during the day... They're nothing like, say, the CD-33 Ball Turret Color Cameras from SuperCircuits (Which are cheaper now than the HLS Brand B&W Cameras were back in '04). I understand that it's "What you have", just letting you know what to expect so you don't put any money into a system based on these. Hope this helps.
3-pair version of (red/green, black/yellow, white/blue). But the first two pairs are not twisted
So it becomes green/red, yellow/black, & white-black/blue. G1/ R2 /3Y /4B /5*Blk/6Blue (this is what you physically see onthe other RJ11 connections since this is a data connection and not a phone connection it should be a straight-through instead of cross-over connection.
These RJ 11 PINOUT assignments may be incorrect because they apply to a color camera instead of B/W
1 SPEAKER (+) 2 VIDEO_OUT 3 GND 4 SPEAKER (-) 5 AUDIO_OUT/ALARM_OUT 6 12V DC
Back of Camera
Clip up, contacts down
RJ11-e starts off like a RJ45 Stranded Patch Cable.
The color code used in stranded patch cables is different from solid-conductor cables. For NorTel Digital Patch Cable (DPC), the coding is;Pair 1: Green & RedPair 2: Yellow & BlackPair 3: Blue & *Orange White\Black
*In Pair 3 the color coding is Blue & Black instead of Blue & Orange and the pair is twisted so that the Blue wire is the 6th pin instead of the 5th pin.