So I could be good to go with this if I want to hook one of those adjustable IR cannons you've linked to before? Amazon.com: USG PoE Splitter To Power Non-PoE Cameras: "Splits" Incoming PoE Signal To 12V DC Power + RJ45 Ethernet Video, 10/100Mbps, 15.4W Per Port, IEEE 802.3af, True Plug-&-Play, Auto Detect, Designed For HD IP Video Surveillance Systems: Computers & AccessoriesAmazon.com: WT-GAF-12v12w 802.3af Gigabit Poe Splitter with 12 Volts output. Power Over Ethernet for Non-poe Devices like IP Cameras to 328 Ft for PoE Switches: Computers & Accessories
the iCreatin would probably work for just a lil microphone and a lil fixed camera; but dont try any external IR with em..
I am also going to use the 24vac transformer so besides the speco 24 volt cctv power converter did you use this as your mic the microseven? Microseven IP CamerasSomething like this is easiest: Amazon.com: Bluecell 10pcs UTP Cat5/Cat6 Cable to AV RCA Female Screw Terminal Connector: Home Audio & Theater Connect to the bare wires coming from the camera, plug in the mic.
Me, I'll probably cut off the male connector from the mic and solder the bare wires to the wires coming from the PTZ.
I opted to use the included 24vac transformer to power the PTZ, so I purchased this: Amazon.com : Speco 24 Volt CCTV Power Converter : Camera & Photo to power the mic off the 24vac at the cam.
yes it comes with a mount, no PFB303W wont work w/it..Question on the mount of these series. I assume it comes with the mount shown in this thread (PFB300S)
Would it also be possible to use a PFB303W ?
I just like the looks of the last one much better.
And.. I am thinking on mounting it lower at around 2,85 meter high, so every centimeter less high the mount is, it makes it less reachable from the ground.
Is there a reason for it that is clear ?yes it comes with a mount, no PFB303W wont work w/it..