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By maghouseApril 16, in General Digital Discussion. I have an Everfocus EDR system and am having a few problems with it. I appreciate this system is a few years old but any help you could provide would be most welcome.
Leaving the system running continuously as you would! In other words – all the surrounding icons etc appear fine but the actual camera monitor individual screens turn blue after a period of time which I cant work out what the time is!
The system has a LAN card – can this be connected to a router for simple access using the IP address or is there seperate software required for the PC?
When the system looses camera 1’s signal – the whole lot goes as you must have cameras 1 working all the time I have changed over cameras – still the same, edr16000 settings – still the same – the system keeps loosing the signal for no apparent reasons? You are still recording video even though you are not able to see the video evedfocus the monitor.
I could put up with that if I did not want to spend money replacing the DVR when it is still recording! You are extremely savy when it comes to troubleshooting!
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I am very impressed!! All I can say is WOW!
There may be a common problem. Perhaps you have individual wall wart power supplys. You could put a batteryback up on the power strip to prevent the power loss? If you have a box power supply that powers all of your cameras then I could see camera 1, and the swapped camera loosing power creating the video loss situation. Now we have to decide if it is the power box that is bad, or if you have power company brown out situation.
UPS would help if it is the power company issue. I would ask if the DVR is in a climate controlled environment, or on controlled such as installed in a garage ect.
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In the mornings it is cool, and in the afternoons it may get warm. There may be a cold solder joint, or an IC chip that needs to be reseated in a socket.
Other than those quick fix items then the DVR is going to have to be replaced if this is a severe issue. The DVR is in a loft area so I accept the conditions might not be perfect my theory is kept running it would generate its own heat to “keep warm” I accept your comments though but add the problem occurs within 5 – 30 mins of running the system so the temp difference is probably not great.
Would the length of a co-ax cable connection make a difference to video loss perhaps? It could be the individual connector on the cable. I ruled this out when you said that you connected another camera to channel one. Cables were my first thought You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account? Posted April 16, Hi Guys, looking for some help! Thank you for your help guys Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted April 19, Well – managed to narrow problem 1 down.
Why does Camera 1 keep loosing signal??? When you swapped your cameras that is when I became impressed! The camera that you selected to replace the “broken” camera 1: You say that you are loosing video again?? Do you have another power supply to test out the system? It has a built in web browser, and no software is needed for remote viewing.
Thanks for the comments Scorpion! Thanks again for your input. You are right it could be anything. How long is the coax?
Unless both cameras have bad bnc connectors, or you have bad cables. I suspect the DVR is giving you issues for some reason.
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