how to setup wireless IP camera
A wireless IP dome camera has the benefit of being able to operate effectively on both inside and outside of a home because no cables are involved. To mount a wireless IP dome camera, you need to buy wireless video camera equipment from a surveillance equipment shop or a security service center. The wireless video camera equipment comes with not less than two cameras, one intended for indoor use and the other intended for outdoor. No PC networking skills are required since the wireless network is automatically turned on once the IP dome cameras have been configured.
Setting up process
On both wireless video cameras, open the side panels and adjust the “Channel” setting on both IP dome camera to a special number and letter, like, in case point; set one to “A1” plus the other to “A2.” Then shut the side panels.
Bolt in the video camera mounting plane to the wall in the location that you want to stay under surveillance using a screwdriver, wood screws are recommended. However, you can bolt metal screws on the sides of the IP dome camera as well as into the mounting plate. Angle the outdoor antenna on the IP camera, that is – if there’s one, to the TV that will be used to observe its video. Plug in the power cable from the camera into a wall power outlet.
Drop the circuit breaker on the fuse box that is providing electrical power to an exterior electric junction box, case in point, you can use the light above a garage or the porch light. Unfasten the screws that are around the lighting pleat, and that should be a location where you will be mounting the external IP dome camera.
Pull the pleat on the wall. Unfasten the screw-tab connectors above the twisted pairs of white and black cables that are now exposed behind the pleat. Wrap the black wire from the back of the video camera around the black wires from the hole. Wrap the white wire from the flipside of the IP dome camera about the white wires from the hole.
Bolt the lighting pleats back on the wall using wood screws using. Bolt the video IP dome camera wall case on the wall beside the pleat with wooden screws. Bolt metal screws all the way through the sides of the IP dome camera and into the case wall. Turn on the electric power on the fuse box. Put the wireless video IP camera receiver close to the TV. Plug in one tip of a video cable to the video output end of the receiver. Plug in the video cable’s other tip into a video input at the TV – normally on the back panel.
Turn on the TV and navigate to the “Video input” setting. Choose the video input matching to where the video wire is plugged. Push “Menu” option constantly until you leave the menu settings. Insert the wireless video receiver’s power cable into a wall outlet. Place the “Channel” option on the receiver to “Al.” Slide the selector knob to move from one video IP camera to the next. Now you should see the video feed from your IP dome cameras on the TV.