Question about Panasonic BL-C1 Network Camera
We have 4 of these cameras & they have slowly 1 by 1 quit working & it always seems to be after a power outage. Would the outage fry the cameras? They are still plugged in but it is like they have no power w/ no lights on or anything. Is there anything we can try to fix them? Or if we buy a new camera & plug into existing set up will that work?
Sounds like they have been fried by a power surge - it will be worth having surge protection on them in any future installation.
Is there any voltage/hz selection on these units that need adjusting to suit local conditions or do you purchase against a specified voltage / hz ?
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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