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RESET 24 - Wiring and cameras for your pool house

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On 8/18/2017 at 0:10 PM, ImTheTypeOfGuy said:

I am still playing with motion settings and record quality for my continuous monitoring but I am up and running on my first two cameras. I have several more to be delivered tomorrow. Only ordering a few at a time because I sometimes get pulled away and may not have time to set up a lot of them at once.

 

 

Looks like you are up and running.  Are you going to use the smartphone app also for remote viewing?

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What model cameras are you using with your system? Am in the market to add some indoor/outdoor to my WSE12R2 box running Blue Iris.

Amcrest IP2M-842E and IP4M-1025E.
 

Looks like you are up and running.  Are you going to use the smartphone app also for remote viewing?

Yes I am using it. There are some bugs but overall a decent app.

 

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