Hi @KendiveThanks for the Info... Great reading here. The more and more I read I think I will go with the Dahua NVR5232-16p-4KS2E 32ch with 16 PoE ports max support 12MP Resolution 4K NVR Reader
I take it that these units have multiable hard drive bays? and I have to add my own HD later?
Is this the store to by from in Aliexpress... Empire Technology Co., Ltd That is where the link took from in the Cliff Notes.
When you are in Aliexpress there are seems to be alot of sellers selling the same thing. Looks like Dahua Franchised Store has alot of good reviews also.
Best option is to email Andy. Aliexpress can be a pain at times.Well I was gonna order a NVR and some cameras on aliexpress from Andy but you have to go through this appeal process with ali that takes maybe five days so I pulled out of there and cancelled my account. I guess I will go direct to him or amazon. That place seems shady to me and don't have the time to deal with that just to spend my money. I understand there is fraud and all but never had to deal with something like that... Oh well lol
I emailed Andy to see what we can work out.
I could use a few accessories to my security camera kit....Well all is going well. Still playing around with the settings and temp hooked up 4 cameras. My Desk is a mess.
Hope you all have a Merry Christmas. Wife and I are flying up north to visit family for a while. So the NVR will be put on the back burner. I will start pulling new Cat 6 when I get back. Fun Stuff.
Here is another pic for you all excuse the mess. Before you ask yes that is an HK MP5 SD that I have torn apart on top of the NVR. Gotta rip the REVO crap out and get this thing going!!! LOL
You can use them or not, but either way, put a dab of Dielectric grease in the female RJ45 jack, then insert the male portion, leave any that squeezes out. Then after the glan is put on wrap it good with Coax Seal tape.Here is the old Revo system... Can't wait to pull it. Wife don't want me doing it just yet fixing to head back to Africa for work and you know how they are it's all gonna fail while I am gone. LOL So I will wait to finish when I get back. I can still prep everything and I need to order some more cameras anyway!!!
And quite honestly I am getting sick of looking at Cat 6 cable ha ha...
I guess you all put them weather tight glans on the Cat 6 before you put an end on the camera side. They all came with the cheesy plastic weather tight glans?
Here is the pile of Cat 6 and one Cat 5E so far... My fingers hurt. That Cat 6 is some tuff stuff. I prefer working with the stranded Cat 5E for sure!!!
I've installed a half dozen Ubiquiti Layer 2 Transparent Bridges here in Alabama which has some pretty bad lighting like Florida, as I avoid outdoor cable when I can. All have survived dozens of bad electrical storms over the last 5 years without a hitch.Question for you pros out there... I have my shop/reloading area out back probably 20 to 25 yards away from the house. I have been using 2.4 Wireless cameras out there to see in the shop and one mounted outside to see house. I was thinking either bury a Cat6 cable and run into a POE switch and go from there orrrr buy them Ubiquiti Nano Station Loco M5 and set that up. Would be cool to play with those things because I have never own them.
I guess I could set up two of them like network bridge and the one at the shop have it connected to a POE switch with Ethernet Cable and then plug the cameras in. I take it the Nano stations are like a wired bridge???