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West Coast Jones
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December 19, 2015 - 3:58 am
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Can a both types of microphones SCK sells, being the “Powered Microphone, product # MIC” and the “IP Camera Microphone, product # MP-MIC”, be successfully used to hook into the ELI-SIP-EMUD-21-4R dome IP camera as well as your IPPTZ-EL2L12X-Mini-O PTZ camera?

I am using the “Powered Microphone, product # MIC” with my analog cameras, and as I have spares am hoping they can also be used with these IP cameras?

What would the drawbacks or benefits be to using one type rather than the other?

Also, I see a pigtail on the ELI-SIP-EMUD-21-4R that has a + and – on the plug, is that a go to power a 12 V DC microphone with, or will the microphone require another power input?

How about the IPPTZ-EL2L12X-Mini-O PTZ camera, the 24 V DC system, or do you have to supply the microphones with a separate 12 V DC power run? I know there are a bunch of lines coming out from it but don’t remember if there were any 12 V lines in the mix? I have to go up a ladder to check whats what, so would be obliged for a heads up before going to that trouble.

Maybe a 24 to 12 volt converter on a Wye from the 24 volt line running from the wall wart to the camera? Or will that suck up to much power from what the camera needs?

Open to suggestions.

 
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OK, try to make this simple:

Will a SCK “product # MIC”, the one used with analog cameras, work connected to an IP camera?

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Short answer:

yes.

You still need to run separate power to the mic obviously.

 

The MP-Mic is generically a better microphone for ip cameras but yes the original mic will work fine.  Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions.

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Does the MP-Mic require a separate power supply also, or can it be powered via a IP camera or it’s CAT5 POE connection of some sort?

Also, what improvement would you say the MP-Mic has over the analog Mic, is it sound quality, hookup easier, or?

At the moment I am getting a lot of whine from my analog Mic’s that are hooked into my analog cameras, any suggestions about that?

Have 3 Mic’s hooked up, and all 3 have that same whine, is worse at night when the IR’s come online.

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