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killalot57 -> Camera Thingy (4/7/2008 11:17:30 PM)

Hello, A small hobbie of mine is to tinker with electronics, but that doesn't mean I'm any good at it, My dad got me a small camera of some sort and instead of risking breaking it I was wondering If anyone had any idea what input the volts are and how to get the sgnal to what type of moniter, or tv via what type of wires? Also you can get a bit technical with me because I can just google your answers... Okay, enough wth the vauge discrption, heres some picture...

It has two wires coming out of it but I can only upload 2 pics... so.... Oh well I guess




killalot57 -> RE: Camera Thingy (4/7/2008 11:18:29 PM)

I uploaded two of my pics but I can't see them... The is going to the user feedback page

if your really desperate to help me then here is a rapidshare link for all 4 pics, its under 300 kbs

http://rapidshare.com/files/105745177/Desktop.rar.html




killalot57 -> RE: Camera Thingy (4/18/2008 11:27:16 PM)

I downloaded those pics and looked at them, that black wire can be stripped and connected to a regular RCA wire and plugged directly into the video input of your tv, the other wire is the electricity input wire, Try putting 12 volts into it, thats 8 AA batteries.




killalot57 -> RE: Camera Thingy (4/18/2008 11:30:24 PM)

Are you sure about stripping the black wire because I'm capable of that but I don't wanna accidently break it, and doesn't 12 volts sound like a little much?

P.S. The camera came from a bus "12 volt bus battery" but I figure its electric input would go through a few resisters or something before it gets to the camera.




killalot57 -> RE: Camera Thingy (4/18/2008 11:32:46 PM)

For liabilty purposes I don't wanna say I'm positive or that you quote unquote should do it, but I'm pretty sure and I would suggest it, I'm also sure about the 12 volts especially since you says it comes from a bus.




killalot57 -> RE: Camera Thingy (4/18/2008 11:34:00 PM)

Okay, thanks :)




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