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Re: Picture problems when earth is connected to remote...
Sounds like you need a ground loop transformer for each camera. You can get one a electronics shop. Just ask for a ground loop transformer. Connect it inline between the camera and where it's terminated. This will fix you.
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First check the power supply, make sure you are over 12vdc or 24vac depending on your source with all cameras connected. Try only one camera connected to the power supply. Make sure you have the positive and negative connected correctly. If the power is good the cameras may be bad.
Check the voltage from the power supply incorrect voltage will not power your device correctly therefore it seems not to b getting enough power so that's why only one light lights up or the unit itself has a circuit board short and needs replacement ..
Primary power should always be applied before batteries are attached. Voltage spikes that can occur when primary power is applied can blow the fuses. The most common cause of the battery circuit fuse blowing is that the batteries were not connected properly.
I had exact same problem and it took forever to fix but I did fix it. If I plugged the camera into the tv it worked but when I tried going through the dvr no picture at all. The problem was the power supply cord to the cameras. It was bad, I happen to have another one and that was it. All cameras working!
You don't mention if both cameras are malfunctioning. If so, yes it is a power problem. Each camera needs additional amperage when it switches from day to night mode. The power source is probably fine during daytime hours but can't supply the demand when the ir's kick in at night. If your power is being supplied by plug in transformers then purchase a new one with the same voltage rating (most are 24VAC) but a higher Volt/Amp rating (amperage or current). If one transformer supplies both units then purchase another identical transformer and power each camera separately. If using a power supply (transformer and power supply board) you are most likely running your cameras at 24VDC. Again, purchase another power supply with the same volltage but a larger continuous amp output. Hope this helps. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.
Chances are your installer used different power sources within your building to provide power to the cameras. If electric power is being supplied through multiple circuits (different breakers) this can cause sync problems and interference. The first thing I would try is to put all the cameras on the same power supply. A DC power supply is best if your cameras accept DC voltage. The second thing is to check how close all camera coaxial cables are running near high voltage lines (120/240 VAC). Eventhough coaxial cable is shielded you can induce voltage bleed over from electrical lines into your video, which will appear as interference lines on your monitor. Cables should be at least 2 feet away from electrical lines. If both wires run together parallel for more than 10 feet then you need to cross over the electrical line at a right angle every 10 feet. This will help eliminate interference.
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Based on your post/description, your power supply is faulty. 1. It your 24VAC adapter/power supply is the original one that came with the camera, then most likely a component failure inside. More often it is the filter capacitor. 2. If it is a replacement, then possibly the ratings are not compatible with the camera, specifically the current or power (Amps or Watts). 3. In some instances the built-in regulator might be shot since your source is 24 but your load rewuires only 12.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.
DEar sir, the small wireles camera has power output of 640 milliwatt & is so less for digital cards & DVR .. digital input can accept either 0 or 1 , & these wireless cameras are not having stable video , unless u use a strong trsnmitter , try the proces using a corded camera ..u will not see any snow effect . Out put direct to TV will be Ok for these wireless cams .