Question about Home Security
The Astak Night Vision Wireless CMOS Camera is also known as a CM-818T. It is a wireless camera, that you HAVE to have the Astak Receiver, I believe 919. The camera is part of a security set that has 4 to 8 cameras and a specific receiver that receives the camera signal and saves it to a proprietary DVR. Frankly, what you have at this point without spending about $300 is a rock. If you want a cheap camera, try looking at Harbor Freight. Not that it is better or worse, but at least for under a 100 you can get a camera and a monitor that work. Only down side is that you have to hardwire it. Then again, wireless has a tendency to bleed signal. Lots of people with after market backup cameras can view your camera signal and you wouldn't even know about it. By the way, all of the sites that have a "manual" for this camera all have Non-Malware detected on them. Do yourself a favor and go buy something from a reputable person or company. Isn't your security worth paying something for? That is kind of like buying the most expensive stuff you can for a motorcycle and putting on a helmet you got from Goodwill. Just my humble opinion. Good luck.
UPDATE: I have found several of the 909 receivers on ebay for about 20 to 50 bucks, depending on which ones you select These might be useful if you were to want to try it. Good luck.
Posted on May 28, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That depends on the model of the camera. You will have to give model nos. and check with manual / your dealer if you have not bought a branded one.
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Posted on Apr 23, 2010
providing model #s in your question would be useful. Depends on the output of the camera, it has to match your TV or computer. If the camera has a RCA output and you TV has a RCA input, plug it in and your fine. If the camera has a Ethernet or wi-fi output, it has to go to your router then to your computer. If you can port internet to your TV, then you can get the camea also on the TV.
Posted on May 02, 2014
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