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When you try to connect different devices and nothing works, most of the time the common factor is defect. I mean when the DVR is defect, you can connect 100 different monitors, but non will ever show a thing.
On the other hand when you are not 100% sure you have a working monitor, how would you test a DVR?
Make sure you always have at least every thing in the cain working, before you use a chain to test an unknown device.
And in this chain also make sure the cables and connectors are all in working order.
Please give the Model no. of the Camera.
generally if it is an IP Camera it can be connected with a CAT5 Cable to a computer.
If it is a non-IP Camera it can be connected with a Coax Cable to a Monitor.
LG LVC-CY100NM Color Security Camera with 8-pin RJ45 (and other cameras for the LSP-M1017M Dual Quad Observation Systems by LG)
Audio Out/Alarm Out
Note: Pin numbers are labled backwards in the manual (corrected above).
The camera is adaptable for use in any composite video application with the use of a balun.
on the output. I had noise-less video and clean audio across a 350 foot run of cat 5e.
Hi there, depend on the model of your cameras, normally if there are samsung it should say the model # ( ssc-12c,soc-c120 and so on) What look like CAT-5 are normally RJ-11 very similar to a phone connector. If your cameras are one those mentioned above you will need a monitor that support that type of connection like the ssc12m or ssc-17webm if there are black and white or the SMT-190M if there are color cameras. or a DVR with similar connection type like the SHR-1041. Thank You, nationalprosecurity.com
That will happen with pretty much any camera on the planet.
I have a suggestion... use a slightly tinted glass on the enclosures, or get the 2% (or whichever one you think will be enough) tint film used on car windows, and put a square of it on the enclosure glass.
If your video looks good on a monitor then more then likely your ES3012-5MLZ30PW is good....I would try taking the video from that camera to a different input on the recoding device to see if the problem follows....If you don’t have a different input try a different camera and record for 5 min and then playback to see if dose the same thing.....You can also take the video feed from the ES3012-5MLZ30PW to a different recorder and see if the problem follows....good luck and let me know if this helps.....you can always call Pelco at 1-800-289-9100 they do their tech support 24/7 365.....they really set the standard in tech support.... cbinny1