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what is this

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics and Illumination' started by Carpy_killer, Mar 6, 2014.

  1. Carpy_killer

    Carpy_killer Well-Known Member

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    It's in the cable from the camera
    I cut the wires to shorten and now it don't ******* work
     
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    I have a problem with my night vision
    yesterday I decided to tidy up the cabling
    where by cut the Jack's and splitter out and to shorten the lengths of wire of the set up I did exactly as silly Garry(my dad) done ,I connected them dry before I resoldered the connections and cased them in heat shrink, how ever the dry run never worked ,I then cut open the splitter that I cut of the camera cable in this was a chip
     
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    Can you post some pics?
     
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    chip

    The chip
     
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    y

    Chip
     

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    What camera was it?.....never had any problems cutting short the cable,now use spare + - v wires and 3 pin sockets,saves cutting up a perfectly good lead.
    Can't really make out from the picture what that board is,but at a guess I would say it's a simple board to split the ground wire for power jack and video bnc/rca jack.
    There is only 3 wires coming from a camera board normally,pos,neg-shared and vid+
     
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  7. audiguypaul

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    If thats the video cable then as weebster has said, yellow = video, black = neg and red = pos, ive just done mine and got rid of the block, looks like a connection point for the wires. My camera has a 3 pin connector with yellow, red and black, and the monitor has the same. Solder the 2 yellow ends together, and then the 2 black and 2 reds with a tail coming from the join for a plug for the power, male or female depending on the plug on the power supply. If it doesnt make sense can do a couple of pics for you.
     
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    that would be handy thanks
     
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    In the pic below the screen is on the right and camera on the left and are joined by the cable you can see between them. The cable with the plug on the end connects to the battery. There are 3 wires in this set up, yellow, red and black. The camera and screen both have yellow red and black wires. What you need to do is cut the plugs off that join the camera and screen together and solder the 3 wires together (yellow, red and black). Then i took a power splitter and cut one end off and soldered the black and red to the black and red between the camera and screen leaving the plug on the end to plug into the battery pack.

    hth Paul


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  10. genisis22

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    hi just a thought depends on the camera, some have two reds going to the camera from inside leads, one is solid red the other has a faint white dash/line, this one is for ir light cluster, is it possible you used this one and cam is not powered up just check soldered end to make sure they match and you have continuity from centre pin on jack plug to cam three pin plug
     

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