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    CCTV Cable Help!!!

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    We have the following 'Digital Sprite 2 PLUS' system in our establishment. We need to purchase a cable for the keyboard, we believe it needs a 485-bus cable.

    Can anyone help, we need to see if we can purcase a long wire


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    485 is just a serial protocol.

    Do you have a keyboard connected to enable you to move ptz cameras etc...???

    All you need to do is to take some cat5 and wire that in using a pair of wires.

    Ben

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    Product Details - Dedicated Microcomputers Limited is that the keyboard you have?

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    Hi,
    Thanks for the feedback - This is the keyboard we have.
    Thanks
    Stuart

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    Hi,
    The problem that we have is that we have a cable that runs from and old office, where the using is in a rack, to our server room, were the monitors are. Recently the keyboard doesn't work from the server room, only when plugged into the unit, so we thought that if we can buy a long cable for it and run it from that office to the server room, it would solve the issue, and be cheaper than paying all of the callout charges
    Thank again,
    - Stuart

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