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VEO Wireless Observer RS232 serial cable help please

Hi I have purchased this camera off eBay but alas it did not come with the serial cable, I have bought 1 serial cable (2 wires inside) but this did not work, so i am assuming its some special cable? Anyway, can someone please help me to locate a RS232 serial cable that will work for this unit? Failing that the pin outs would be equally helpfull? Kind rgards Bashy

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    I have a Veo Observer Network Camera. It was working fine until I was out of town for several months and also changed ISP. Camera stopped working, of course. I presume I need to reset it. I cannot find the RS 232 Serial Cable that it came with to connect to PC. The jack on the camera looks like an audio jack, I don't know what the other end should look like (PC side). I could not find any such cable at Fry's Electronics. There was a solution offered on this site about pin-outs but I did not understand it. I would appreciate if someone could help.

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PC Serial port - Stereo jack
Pin 2 - Ring
Pin 3 - Tip
Pin 5 - Sleeve

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xx.gif Re: VEO Wireless Observer Camera serial cable help « Reply #5 on: August 30, 2007, 06:34:10 PM »
Bashy, a long shot is to get a 3,5mm stereo plug and RS232 female connector, wire it up, you only need pin 2,3 and 5 from the RS232 to 3,5mm plug (see photos).
Peter

change over 2 and 3 (on one end) if doesn't work firs time
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