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Harbor Freight Tools BUNKER HILL SECURITY 68332 User Manual Page 2

Harbor freight tools security camera user manual.
Video Standard
Hard drive
Motion Detection
Network Interface
HDD Interface
USB Port
Audio Port
Remote Control
Included Accessories
4-Input Channels / 2-Output Channels
1-Input Channel/1-Output Channel
NTSC: 704 x 480 @ 30 fps (each CH)
PAL: 704 x 576 @ 25 fps (each CH)
NTSC: CIF: 352 x 240; HD1: 704 x 240; D1: 704 x 480
PAL: CIF: 352 x 288; HD1: 704 x 288; D1: 704 x 576
4 Levels
NTSC: up to 30 fps (frames per second) each CH, 120 fps total
Frame Rate
PAL: up to 25 fps (frames per second) each CH, 100 fps total
Effective Pixels
Horizontal Resolution
Field of View
Minimum Illuminance
Infrared Illumination Range
Camera Operating
500GB hard drive
Selectable Area and Sensitivity Detection
32-bit RISC Processor
RJ-45 10m/100m Ethernet Interface
SATA up to 1024GB
USB 2.0
1 Input Channel / 1 Output Channel
Support IR Remote Control
Input: 120 V ~ / 60 Hz
Output: 12 VDC, 5A
4 Infrared Day/Night Cameras (Two 3.6mm wide angle and two 6mm for longer range, all are color
in daylight and black & white infrared night viewing), Camera Cables, Video Cable, Wireless Remote
Control, Mouse with USB cable connection, 5-way Cable Splitter, Power Cord, Power Adapter, Software
CD, Two AAA Batteries.
NTSC: 510 H x 492 V
PAL: 500 H x 582 V
380 TV lines
55 - 60 Ft of Visible Clarity
1.5 LUX at 2 feet for Day Time operation
12 feet
50ºF - 104ºF
60 ft. Audio/Video Cable

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  • shelia Oct 27, 2014 10:37:
    my dvr will not record. what do i do?
  • amber Oct 07, 2014 05:21:
    How do I zoom in on a video recorded
  • Lawrence Sep 29, 2014 07:50:
    I Purchased the camera only. Reason is I am decent with computers, I built a computer out of ones people through away. I used a Hauppauge PCI card which are very inexpensiv​e, around 15 to 20 dollars for the cheap ones. I use a program called SnagIt, which will capture anything that show on your TV/Monitor and save it. So I can now save any and all video onto the computers hard drive directly in MP4 format, a 40 gig hard drive can hold around 35 days worth of video non-stop. I will repost when I come up with a better way of doing things. Just mentioned this cause this way I did not need the DVR at all it went directly to the computer hard drive, which in the future will make it easier to see via internet too. If anyone needs additional help I would be happy to help you with this, It is a hobby of mine. Contact me at lawrence72​2002@yahoo​.com
  • dave Aug 20, 2014 12:55:
    Where do I buy a ptz for my bunker hill system that I bought from harbor freight?
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