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No and also don't waste your time. I've orderd 5 and they all came dead they never powerd up.
By kobie dylan on September 21, 2015
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Yes, I use these with my 800. I emailed their tech and was curious. And they all interchange.
By David Glaser on January 8, 2016
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Yes and take my advise, get the better power supply and heaver gauge cables, it will not work with the standard ones that comes with the system. They draw quite a bit more amps that the 600tvl and lower cameras.
By Tim Lane on September 2, 2014
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Mine does that from time to time climb up and unplug the power wire and BNC connector from camera and then plug it back up sometimes that moisture gets in try it a couple times if that doesn't work your cameras are faulty they can't take to much lightning
By Eric on July 12, 2016
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Yes you can, as long the DVR uses BNC inputs
By xsecu SELLER on June 1, 2014
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110 volts I'm running 125 ft. Works fine the longest cable that they sell is a 165ft. Haven't tried that hope this helps you.
By Dense Freskan on November 22, 2014
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I use a 26 inch computer monitor.
By Carlos Dillard on March 5, 2015