Dahua 2MP 25x Starlight IR PTZ Network Camera (SD49225T-HN)

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  1. Go3Team

    Go3Team Pulling my weight

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    One other thing to check, open it up and push in all the connectors. I once had one that was a little loose and would cause it to go offline when it got a little warm.
     
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    looney2ns IPCT Contributor

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    I agree with Go3, I'd check all the connections inside the cam. Good luck!
     
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    bartenderfloyd n3wb

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    I ordered a PFB300C thinking it would be enough to ceiling mount my camera and didn't know it needed a PFA111 adapter as well. Can you get one for me? I didn't see it on your site.
     
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    EMPIRETECANDY IPCT Vendor

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    yes, i have stock, please send me email kingsecurity2014@163.com
     
  5. Dseg42

    Dseg42 Getting the hang of it

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    Is there a white equivalent to this camera?
     
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    EMPIRETECANDY IPCT Vendor

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    @looney2ns @Go3Team thanks guys.
    Attached file is the latest new testing. Still same. I will go to check inside.
     

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    looney2ns IPCT Contributor

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    No.
     
  8. djmt99

    djmt99 Young grasshopper

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    I'm having a hard time getting ptz control to work with blue iris. I'm using onvif. Is that correct?
     

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  9. danbutter

    danbutter Getting the hang of it

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    I haven't figured this either. I'll post back if I do.
     
  10. ldasilva

    ldasilva Pulling my weight

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    im using onvif

    as a test see if using the default password works i know when i changed it got goofy

    im also just using the
    generic make with rtsp
     
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    djmt99 Young grasshopper

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    So use the default password just in bi, but keep it the same in the actual camera?
     
  12. jaycanter

    jaycanter Getting the hang of it

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    I am using Dahua/Q-See RSTP and works fine with BI
     
  13. looney2ns

    looney2ns IPCT Contributor

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    Use the admin password/username that you setup in the camera.
    Put those credentials in the Blue Iris fields.
    Click on find/ inspect.
    Now save the that window and you should be good to go.
    Any presets that you setup --in the camera-- will also be pulled into BI.
    If you change a preset in the camera, do another find/inspect and it will update in BI.
     
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  14. danbutter

    danbutter Getting the hang of it

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    That is some great info.
    Thanks much for that one.
     
  15. Dave McKeen

    Dave McKeen Young grasshopper

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    SD49225T-HN Going Bad (?)

    Hello, I bought a SD49225T-HN from Andy and installed it in early October. I set it up using the IE Plug-in that came on the CD with the camera. It’s performance and picture quality were breathtaking! See the first couple video clips (below). A few days after a recent heavy rain of over three inches the camera began acting up. See mini descriptions associated with clips below.

    In the IE plug-in I was using to control and monitor the camera I Reset the camera (System > Default) but saw no noticeable change. I put Defog on Manual for several hours but didn’t see any improvement.

    Today, after a few days of noting the degradation, the camera’s woes seemed to improve. I can’t tell if it is back to normal because it’s a miserable, drizzling, almost foggy gray day.

    Did it get wet inside? Does it need its own roof? Anything I should look at in the settings?

    Software Version (IE Plug-in) 2.422.0000.0.R.4.2510, Build Date: 2016-09-21
    WEB Version 3.2.1.379855
    ONVIF Version 2.4.2
    PTZ Version 3.02.20.RHNZ

    TRENDnet TPE-115GI Gigabit PoE+ Injector (Newegg)
    SMAKN® Active Gigabit PoE Splitter ( Amazon)
    Microseven M7WP-MIC waterproof outdoor Microphone (Microseven)
    50ft Cat6 Outdoor Waterproof Cable (Amazon)

    MP4 Clips and JPG Images
    Dropbox - SD49225T-HN


    Before (Good)
    20171018_141702-1.mp4 (29 sec)
    Daylight/color, zoom about 85%. Camera fixed on cross street neighbor’s driveway. This is what the video looked like before the camera began acting up.

    20171019_205521-1.mp4 (29 sec)
    Night/full IR/gray, zoom 0% to about 80%. Starts at neighbor’s front yard then pans to cross street neighbor’s back yard, zooms in then tilts down. This is what the nighttime video looked like before the camera started to go south.

    After (Degraded)
    20171224_162915.mp4 (23 sec)
    Daylight/color, zoom about 50%. Starts at neighbor’s front yard in shade, pans to cross street back yard in bright sun, pans back to start. Image color and contrast change as camera appears to be trying to resolve image params. It “hunts” non-stop.

    20171224_175521.mp4 (24 sec)
    Dusk/gray image, zoom 0%. Camera fixed on neighbor’s front yard. Camera appears to be hunting for parameters to display.

    20171224_175618.mp4 (21 sec)
    Dusk/gray image, zoom about 50%. Camera fixed on cross street back yard. Image coarse with contrast varying in waves.

    20171224_181606.mp4 (13 sec)
    Night/full IR/gray, zoom about 0%, microphone turned on. Camera fixed on cross street neighbor. Car passes, dog barks. Image breaking up badly.

    Installation Photos
    SD49225T-HN_3407-web.jpg (62KB)
    SD49225T-HN_3409-web.jpg (71KB)
    SD49225T-HN_3410-web.jpg (53KB)
     
  16. Go3Team

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    IIRC, there was someone earlier in this thread that had a problem with water intrusion. You might want to crack it open to see if there's any water damage.
     
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    I think , no water intrusion . I think settings . You have try lens init ?
     
  18. Tinman

    Tinman Getting comfortable

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    The defog is just a filter to help under foggy conditions. It is not a heater or will not dry out the camera. Leaving this on would definitely screw up the daytime video.
     
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    I used the Dahua RTSP setting, which got me up and running.
     
  20. Dave McKeen

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    Go3Team: Yes, I saw the messages in this thread about water getting into one of these cameras. I incorrectly thought it was a fluke and mounted mine where it was not protected from rain. Bummer! I can't explain this, but the problem has cleared up- apparently 100%! I'm going to get a cover on it. Thanks!

    rra: Thanks!

    Tinman: Oops! <blush> I'm very grateful for your input!
     
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