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CCTV Camera cycles on and off at night only
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Hello,

I have three cameras (all Honic model HN-IA60E200FS) that work great in daytime but at night they constantly cycle on and off (see image). I use a 12V 5A power supply separate for each. The DVR is the Tridvr ELE8 (2015). I have 5 other camera that do cycle also but only a few times them stop. What do I need to do. I recently purchased a new system from SecurityCamera Kings but not sure if it will do the same thing (Order# 438312).

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Please attach the image to your post, please. Also, from what I am understanding the image goes white and then comes back, this is from the cameras, not the recorder itself, the sensor may be bad or it’s getting oversaturated by the sun. 

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The second image shows noise in the picture, have you check the connections and cables for both corrosions as well as damage to the insulation. Cables also should not be near any high voltage and when I speak of high voltage I am speaking about 50volts or higher it be DC or AC. I would suggest connecting the camera with a short cable to the recorder if it works properly its the cable itself if you see the same image the camera has problems. 

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