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“CCTV” means Closed Circuit Television, which is used to record and monitor the ongoing activities in a particular area for the protection and safety of your home and property. That is why it should be placed at the best possible location from where you could get a wider view. So if you’re staying in a large, isolated property, it is almost crucial to buy a CCTV camera in Singapore. After successfully installing your cctv camera for home in the right place, there are certain things you would need to know:
After installing your CCTV cameras, you need to connect them to the DVR and then from the DVR to the monitor. Here is the procedure to do that:
When the video is really blurry - It is not due to the cable, power supply or DVR, instead, there should be an issue with the lens when images are not that sharp. To overcome this, take the camera off and adjust the zoom in and out manually.
When you have multiple cameras plugged into the DVR and one or two are working while the others are not -To troubleshoot this, assess whether you are getting blurry or fuzzy lines or no video at all it's still. You can check this by replacing the working camera with the troubled camera. Through this, you would know whether it is camera’s problem, cable or power supply issue. If the video is still blurry then it must be cable issue and vice versa.
When you are unable to see the live video - Place the mouse pointer on the screen, if you see it moving at different quadrants where the video should be then your DVR and monitor is fine. There could be an issue with the power supply.