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Re: Bad Picture quality when AC powered
Based on your post/description, your power supply is faulty. 1. It your 24VAC adapter/power supply is the original one that came with the camera, then most likely a component failure inside. More often it is the filter capacitor. 2. If it is a replacement, then possibly the ratings are not compatible with the camera, specifically the current or power (Amps or Watts). 3. In some instances the built-in regulator might be shot since your source is 24 but your load rewuires only 12.
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plug in the camera 12vdc. yellow RCA video out should come on. if using for back up camera remote 12vdc in to one of the clear back up tail lights. Monitor needs to be connected to a key switched power source 12v cig lighter outlet. If UN-switched battery will die.... Good Luck!
First check the power supply, make sure you are over 12vdc or 24vac depending on your source with all cameras connected. Try only one camera connected to the power supply. Make sure you have the positive and negative connected correctly. If the power is good the cameras may be bad.
You don't mention if both cameras are malfunctioning. If so, yes it is a power problem. Each camera needs additional amperage when it switches from day to night mode. The power source is probably fine during daytime hours but can't supply the demand when the ir's kick in at night. If your power is being supplied by plug in transformers then purchase a new one with the same voltage rating (most are 24VAC) but a higher Volt/Amp rating (amperage or current). If one transformer supplies both units then purchase another identical transformer and power each camera separately. If using a power supply (transformer and power supply board) you are most likely running your cameras at 24VDC. Again, purchase another power supply with the same volltage but a larger continuous amp output. Hope this helps. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.
This camera can operate on two voltages, either 12VDC or 24VAC. If you are using 1 or 2 of these the most practical and economical approach is to use a power transformer that is rated at 24VAC40VA. Theses transformers can be purchased at most electrical supply stores for less than $15.00. If you are using multiple cameras it is normally best to purchase a single power supply. One manufacturer who makes a decent power supply is Altronics. You can get these in either 12VDC or 24VAC power configuration.
The next thing I would check out is the power supply for the screen. Most manufactures call it a Backlight Inverter Board. If a part does go bad on this board, it would also cause the stand by mode or protection mode.
1. Apple users have reported that the switch on the memory cards performs the file lock function in either extreme positions Lock/Unlock. In some cases they have achieved success in centering the Lock/Unlock switch allowing access to the read/write operation of the memory card
2. Connect to PC
Access drive via windows explorer
Right click on drive (MEMORY CARD)
Confirm that RO (Read Only) is not selected.
Try reading card
Repeat properties un-select RO
Try deleting files
This sounds like CCD sensor problem ( especially if the picture is "noisy" ). Canon and Sony fixes this particular problem free of charge since the CCD device installed in your camera should last + - 15 years if it is properly manufactured. Contact your agent and find out what their policy is.