Not sure what you mean, but: https://www.amazon.com/EmpireTech-IPC-HDBW4231F-E2-M-Starlight-Network-English/dp/B07JZBFTDF/ref=sr_1_7?m=A329YQ83EBQGJF&marketplaceID=ATVPDKIKX0DER&qid=1567632959&redirect=true&s=merchant-items&sr=1-7Anyone know if this model is being superseded with the new range? Can't seem to find anything, looking at maybe buying one of these. Thanks.
Ok, normally can contact us directly, we can’t check altoo many messageWe did notify you back on August 14 & 15 Andy, but got no response. It is nice to know that you do respond to reviews on Amazon.
Yep. No change on my end either.Took a quick look: No apparent change.
Neither backlight mode for channel 2, nor simultaneous IVS. For the latter I don't think there will be a fix, as the CPU of this thingy is probably to slow to analyze two frames at the same time. However, why backlight compensation isn't separately selectable is beyond me.
Let's face it, this thing is a toy, without any practical value with the severe limitations it has.
(As a sidenote, I could not make it show any image on any browser on Mac, neither Safari, nor Chrome, nor FF.)
What is his NVR model? Drop line mostly because of the not stable power/power cable. So the problem maybe the NVR or the cables. Can try some other power to power it or test with some new cable.@EMPIRETECANDY
New issue. Buddy has 5 of these cams, 1 has been acting up for a while, now having another issue. Hooked up to a Dahua 4k NVR.
Here is the cam log. Here is what I think is going on: LOG HERE Index of /dave
NVR has IPC Time Sync enabled. Also, cameras have NTP time server enabled.
Every 2 weeks or so, 1 camera in system becomes unresponsive until power cycle. A message appeared on the nvr for that cam that said something like login timeout then it became inaccessible even by ping.
Looking at log it appears a few hours before connection was lost the NVR attempted to login and set time repeatedly every minute or so until the camera lost connection. The log showing this is attached. This started at about 5:51PM in the log and the camera crashed at about 7:56PM. Looks like the camera is still alive after that as there are motion events before the camera was unplugged and power cycled at 10:27PM. Looks like the network connection was just lost. I dont know why the NVR was continuously trying to set the time though.
Today he had a different camera go offline..... he writes The first camera that went out was the lowest, 192.168.1.101. Then .102 went out. Seems strange.
Anyone help? Thanks
IPC-HDBW4231F-E2-MI installed the new NTSC file over the PAL. Install worked fine, but no difference with IVS intrision snapshots not working on Camera #2.
Did a factory reset from the menu using IE, set up the IP and password as before but didn't change any other settings.
Set up intrusion snapshots on #2. with no other changes.
Looked at playback with the IE IF to the camera, had about 30 .jpgs 1/sec. on camera #2
Went back in and set up intrusion snapshots on cam #1 and changed a bunch of other settings.
No longer get any snapshots off cam #2.
I have 5 ways to interface to the camera, directly through IE (WebReC), Through SmartPSS direcly to camras or through my NVR (2 ways), through IE directly to the NVR, and BI.
The problem may be in getting the right combination of settings - but I doubt it.
Neither camera works well with IVS, camera #1 poorly, & camera #2 not at all.
The NVR is the brand new (few months old 4k, s2, non POE nvr. ) He has a cisco 16 POE large switch.What is his NVR model? Drop line mostly because of the not stable power/power cable. So the problem maybe the NVR or the cables. Can try some other power to power it or test with some new cable.
I tried those but couldn't get it to work. One of the issues is that I get different options and screens depending on whether I use Mac (chrome), Windows (Chrome), Windows (IE - this won't even work!), or directly on the NVR which is tricky because I can't find my wireless mouse....I think page 1 goes after that..
remember, channel 1, and channel 2