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Video Surveillance System Anti-Jamming Device YJS-203A

SKU:A0795000PG

The product is mainly adequated for elevator,hospital,financial institution,traffic, mine, intelligent subdistrict and other environment, monitors suffered all kinds of strong electromagnetic signals and electric wave signals during the process of im...
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Specifications:


  • High anti jamming function, a higher resolution image
  • This product can effectively suppress interference, to solve the image jitter, distortion, reticulate, poor quality image
  • The product is mainly adequated for elevator, hospital, financial institution, traffic, mine, intelligent subdistrict and other environment
  • The monitors suffered all kinds of strong electromagnetic signals and electric wave signals during the process of image transmission
  • The product can make sure the image transmission stable, reliable, even under the severe atmosphere,and increase the transmission distance
  • The product has 2 kinds, the video anti-jamming equipment and the denoiser equipment. The fomer is fixed with the front,and the latter is fixed with the terminal
  • Transmission Distance: 1000M
  • Working Voltage: DC12 V

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Video Surveillance System Anti-Jamming Device YJS-203A


  • The monitors suffered all kinds of strong electromagnetic signals and electric wave signals during the process of image transmission

How to Use a Computer for Video Surveillance:


  • With the advent of cheaper consumer-level surveillance cameras and DVR kits for the PC, setting up a video surveillance system on your home or business PC has never been easier. Typically, the most difficult part of the installation is running the wiring from the cameras to the PC itself. Even that problem has been remedied with the rise of wireless networked cameras. Choosing the proper camera and software setup that fits into your budget can be difficult, as there is a large price gap between the lower end hardware and the more advanced technology.

Instructions:


  • Observe the area that needs to be surveilled. If it is poorly lit, you will need a camera with a larger CCD chip and strong night vision ability. Typically, these cameras come equipped with an infrared light to illuminate the area with a light that's invisible to the naked eye. Should these cameras be out of your budget, however, lighting the area with a flood or motion sensitive light is a cost-effective method. If you decide to use a conventional light, you can spend less on the cameras themselves
  • Install the DVR PCI card into a PCI slot in your PC. Remove the side of the case and locate the PCI slots on the motherboard. Depending on the motherboard, there are typically four to five white PCI slots for expansion card installations. Consult your motherboard's owner's manual for specific instructions. Once the card is installed, replace the side of the case and install the included software
  • Install your cameras. Some DVR systems support up to 16 different cameras, but the most common is a four-camera system. You may need to use mounting screws (sometimes included with the cameras) to mount your cameras depending on the location. Try to mount the cameras in inconspicuous places that still retain a solid field of vision
  • After mounting your cameras, you will need to run the wiring back to your PC. If you are using wireless cameras, you will need to complete the wireless setup that is detailed in your owner's manual. Run the wiring along walls using a staple gun (if you are able) to attach them to the wall and out of the way. If you don't feel comfortable using a staple gun, try to keep the cabling concealed behind furniture inside or the eaves of your roof outside
  • Configure the DVR software on your PC. Determine the length of the recording and how much hard drive space you'd like to dedicate to video storage. Some DVR systems have motion-detecting abilities, which can save both electricity and hard drive space

Package Included:


  • 1 x Anti-Jamming Equipment
  • 1 x Video Denoiser Equipment