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- IR Wavelength: 850nm
- IR Distance: 35-50m
- Working Voltage: DC12V
- Working Consumption: 320ma
- Number of IR Lamp: 48 LED Φ5
- Diameter: Approx. 60mm/2.4in
- Angle: 30/45/60/80 degree
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- This functional Camera Illuminator Board Plate is quality ideal for CCTV security camera
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Operating Instructions for IR Illuminators:
- Turn off your security camera system so there is no live current flowing through the system. Place a ladder against the wall securely so that you can reach the security camera you want attach the IR illuminator to. Screw the attachment plate that came with the IR illuminator to the side of the IR camera. There are two screw holes on the side of the camera for the attachment plate and the screws came with the IR kit. Then screw the IR illuminator to the attachment plate with the other two screws included in the kit
- Loosen the screws that secure the IR camera to the camera mount and flip the camera to the side to expose the underside of the IR camera. Rotate the back end of the IR camera off to expose the inside of the IR camera. Thread both wires through their waterproof seals. Thread the control wire and the power cord through the hole on the bottom and pull those wires towards the rear of the inside of the camera. Locate the control cable port, it will look like the underside of a lego piece, press the camera control plug into the port. Then locate the power port and plug the power cord into the port
- Rotate the back of the IR camera back onto the end of the camera. Screw down all four of the waterproof seals, one for each wire end. The seals should be flush with the side of the ports. Flip the IR camera back onto the mount and rescrew it down. Turn your security camera system back on and turn the IR camera on. The IR illuminator will automatically come on. Compare the image with the area that you want to monitor, go back and adjust the IR camera on it's mount to give a better image if it is a fixed camera. If the camera can rotate under it's own power then move the camera via the joystick on the camera control board
- 1 x CCTV Camera Illuminator Board Plate
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- What is the camera inhibit switch used for?
The camera inhibit switch prevents the camera from taking a picture when the board is powered on and motion is sensed. It becomes quite useful while you are setting up the system. The switch is intended to be mounted on the outside of the game camera enclosure for easy access while it is mounted to a tree. After you have the trail monitor positioned exactly where you want it, turn the switch on and leave the area. It is important to turn the camera inhibit switch OFF when you turn off power to the unit.
- Why does the counter sometimes increment when power is turned off of the board?
This is due to the nature of the analog switch used to trigger both the camera and the counter. The analog switch is an electronic switch. When power is not applied to the chip (DG442), the switch is now in an "unknown" state. It is quite possible for the switch outputs to change from ON to OFF and vice versa several times automatically. This will not hurt the counter. Simply reset the counter when you turn it back on. The same thing will happen if the camera is connected to the board and power is turned off of the board. Some cameras will "lock-up" and not work properly until the camera's batteries are removed and replaced. This essentially re-boots the camera. That is why the kits and assembled boards ship with a camera inhibit switch. When power is turned off, turn of the camera inhibit switch and you never have to worry about the camera locking up.
- Why does the LED flash constantly?
There are a couple of reasons why the LED can flash constantly. One reason is due to low batteries. Try changing the batteries to see if the problem goes away. Another reason is that the sensitivity is set too high. On early versions of the CB-1 circuit board, if the sensitivity was set much above 1/2 way, the circuit could start oscillating. On these older models, keep the sensitivity to a maximum of around 40% and the problem should go away. The 40% setting will still give you 60+ feet range. On CB-1 Rev. 5 and newer, the problem has been solved and you should be able to use the full range of the adjustment potentiometer.