There is two outputs on this DVR, one is a VGA and the other is for composite Out. You will need to use the VGA and go in the settings to change it to Composite Out if you want to view it on your TV. Under settings>Monitoring>Monitor Out. Hope it works.
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Hello! You you cannot use the camera with a vcr. This camera needs vertical drive sync impulses from a dedicated monitor. The video signal, the vertical sync and the video signal are sharing the same coax cable. Best regards Gelu
Pull your display off wall and see if your unit has batteries. If you have a blue wire or, a wire connected to the "B" terminal in your thermostat(the part connected to wall, this should produce the power to show display. If you do not have a blue wire, it is dependant on the batteries for display. Change out batteries and see what happens. Obviously with no display, your system won't work. If this doesn't solve your problem, replace the thermostat.
A regular TV will not display a CCTV camera, because the CCTV outputs a 1 Volt peak-to-peak RF signal. A TV uses a broadcast signal, it is different. However, if the TV has a yellow "video in" jack on the back of the set, this will display the camera, as the yellow video in will process and display the CCTV signal on the TV. Let me know if this does not work.
A VCR uses a "RF" signal, where a TV uses a broadcast signal. The standard TV will not record from a security VCR. However, if the TV has a yellow "video in" jack on the back, this will work to record the VCR. You might need to buy a BNC to RCA adaptor at radio shack. Let me know if this does not work.
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 .