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narinesa
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September 9, 2014 - 5:11 pm
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 I need a PTZ controller that will work with Dahua PTZ 24 volts AC camera.

My current controller VC-8X02 does not work with Dahua via RS485 port but works with other brand.

My controller is 12 volts DC and the PTZ camera is 24 volts AC

(I removed the other brand from id 001 using Phelco-D at 2400 baud, installed the Dahua, changed to Phelco-P at 9600 baud).

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It looks like it will handle Pelco D and P.
I have attached the Manual that I found. Its version 1.4.

It could be a faulty cable or Controller. If you keep having this issue you might want to replace the controller we have a few of these here: http://www.securitycameraking……1-ctg.html

Let me know if after reviewing the Manual and Cable you are getting the same issue. I can assist you with getting the correct controller. 

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UPDATE

Most PTZ controllers are analog.

Digital IP cameras cannot be controlled directly via a speed dome controller.

It can be controlled via a NVR or a network PTZ controller.

 

Network PTZ only required 2 cables for the basic functions

Cat5 cable for video and rs485, etc (no separate video cable or connections)

Power cable for the PTZ

 

The cat5 cable is plug into your network/router/switch and the other end to the camera.

Required a computer to properly configure the PTZ.

There is a config tool software. 

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The controller that you had posted is for an Analog PTZ not for an IPPTZ.

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