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Jokasig
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Camera: HDOD-TP2IRW with BNC-100-HD; DVR: QDVR-SBE16M

Had a lightening strike (not on or near my property or neighbors). Two cameras side-by-side, one lost video. I swapped out with the good camera and nothing. Seems both the camera and cable went bad. Less than 3 months old before going out. Both? Seems odd. I hope this is just a fluke.

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* Known good camera – did not work

* Moved suspected camera to known good line – did not work

* Moved cable to different spot on back of DVR – did not work

* Tried different power (lights do come on the camera) – did not work

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Did you check for voltage at the beginning and end of this Plug and Play cable? 

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I did not, but how would it help? It either works or it doesn’t right? We just ordered a new one. Hopefully, we won’t have any issues and we’ll just chalk this one up to be a little lower on the “range” scale.

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If the camera does not get power, it will not turn on. You moved the BNC Cable but that only carries the Video/Data Signal. 

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