Question about Lorex Home Security
One of my wireless cameras has been working fine for a long time now but suddenly it went to a black screen on its part of the monitor. I do not think the camera is broken but what could cause this.
Posted by Anonymous on
COULD POWER TO THAT CAMMERA BEEN CUT OFF ?
QUICK TEST AT NITE LOOK CLOSELY AT CAMMERA LENS SEE IF YOU SEE A LIGHT PINK/RED TINT TO IT, no THEN POWER IS OFF OR UNIT IS DEFECTIVE
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes the black is ground, the red goes to a constant power in the fuse block , and the blue goes to the reverse wire to activate the monitor
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
try swapping the cam inputs first to rule out the unit, if not the camera may be faulty or needs setting up properly with a focus adapter, or the lens could need setting up!
when CCTV company's set up these systems they have all the equipment to plug in and focus auomatically etc..
Hope this helps!
Try looking at www.digitalvideos.co.uk (test equipment) section.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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That is not coming from the camera...They don't put anything
like that out. Check the OSD settings of the device the video is going into. If
there is On Screen Display setting with in the device (DVR, MUX, Matrix Switch,
ECT)....if that doesn’t work then check the monitor menu to see if its a
display feature you can turn off...good luck and let me know if this helps just
remember the pelco camera will not push any graphic out except in the case of a
PTZ where you will see the Protocol information text...
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Voyager Model
It is possible the monitor burned out. The fact your have power to the unit more or less confirms that. You can check by taking any other TV (which for all intent and purpose) is a monitor and connect it to the outputs. If the TV produces a picture, your monitor has seen it life end. More times than not the units life is not going to be like that of a normal monitor, as it has a constant flux in power ranging from 9VDC to 13.5VDC. This can take its toll on diodes and capacitors, as well as power supplies.
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
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