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 Posted: Wed Jan 9th, 2019 11:33 am
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Not much has been happening with CCTV as it is working well.

Here is a pic taken with an old phone today of the screen on the 42 inch old TV.
Channel 4 is the output of the camera in the baggage car, on the left hand side is a painted bush scene on a wall.
 
Will post some better pics in a few days.

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... that digital counter.... looks like a bomb from a movie...

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" that digital counter.... looks like a bomb from a movie... "


Well it wasnt Dennis Hoppers one from 'Speed'

I cant imagine those ancient steam engines you guys like getting up to 999

Unless thats yards per hour


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 Posted: Wed Jan 9th, 2019 09:41 pm
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Sorry guys, it's not a counter for a bomb,
it's a buck DC converter for the 8.5 volt camera and wireless transmitter.

Something tells me 20 volts DC will destroy the camera.

The converter was bought off the net, very cheap and very efficient.
The read out is the output voltage, the only issue was it's size, but it fitted (just).

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