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Channel Vision’s NEW 38″ Enclosure & Cover Combos

By Tech Support – On July 20, 2015 – In Technical Bulletins With Comment Off

  Channel Vision has modified the 38″ Structured Wiring Enclosures and Covers. In order to determine which enclosure cover is compatible with the new enclosures, refer to the information below: Traditional Channel Vision 38″ Covers (with key & lock): * Traditional enclosures are stamped with the date code “1014″ on packaging ( date code located ...

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Troubleshooting: 38″ Enclosures

By Tech Support – On July 17, 2015 – In Technical Bulletins With Comment Off

If you are having trouble with knockouts on the 38″ enclosures, we recommend using a sharp chisel and hammer as shown below:

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IP Camera Bandwidth Basics

By Admin – On April 22, 2013 – In Blog, News, Technical Bulletins With Comment Off

The confusion of reading specifications on the food labels at the grocery store and understanding what they’re going to do to your waistline is similar to understanding what an IP camera will do to computer network speed. And, an improperly spec’d IP camera can slow your computer network as much as too many bags of ...

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How to Find Channel Vision Cameras on the Network

By Admin – On April 09, 2013 – In Blog, News, Technical Bulletins With Comment Off

Channel Vision now offers three convenient ways to find Channel Vision IP cameras including Apple’s Bonjour Network Discovery, Channel Vision’s IP Utility and Microsoft’s LLTD (Link Layer Topology Discovery). Bonjour This is Apple’s implementation of zero configuration networking (Zeroconf), a group of technologies that include service discovery, address assignment, and host name resolution. Bonjour locates ...

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Picking the Proper Lens

By Admin – On February 01, 2013 – In Blog, Technical Bulletins With Comment Off

Written By Darrel Hauk, CEO This article was reposted with permission from Residential Systems magazine. To read more, visit www.residentialsystems.com The ability to see the front porch, the backyard, or inside the home is beneficial to homeowners concerned about protecting their home and family. There’s no better way to do this than with a surveillance ...

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TE-111 vs. P-0920

By Admin – On September 20, 2012 – In Blog, Technical Bulletins With Comment Off

Channel Vision is offering an economy version of its popular P-0920 Telephone Entry Controller. This new model provides most capabilities of the P-0920. (See the chart below). White paper is available for download here. TE-111 No CO Mode: No Chime Contact: No Distinctive Ring: Yes Unlock Door: No Compatible with TE110DS: Yes LED Status Indicator: PCB ...

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The Confusion of Power

By Admin – On September 18, 2012 – In Blog, Technical Bulletins With Comment Off

When it comes to discussing the power  output  of a distributed audio  system, it is  important to  understand what is being discussed. Is the question appropriate for answer the enquirer is asking for? For example: The Mini Cooper is  a  popular new  vehicle,   as is  the  new  Ford F-150 pick-up. Have  you ever  heard the ...

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Control4® Driver Image Quality On W-4001

By Admin – On July 25, 2012 – In Blog, Technical Bulletins With Comment Off

It has come to the attention of Channel Vision that customers were experiencing issues using drivers supplied by Extra Vegetables when using the W-4001 web server. The issue was related to stream settings and several other factors in the web server and drivers. Channel Vision and Extra Vegetables have corrected this issue with new firmware ...

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How Surveillance Cameras Work

By Admin – On May 22, 2012 – In Blog, Technical Bulletins With Comment Off

Being able to watch the backyard, the front porch and the upstairs hallway are beneficial to homeowners concerned about protecting their home and family. There’s no better way to do this than with a surveillance camera. Positioned correctly, a camera can capture video of things you might otherwise have missed. With the right components, it ...

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