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#61 WayneW

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Posted 22 November 2005 - 12:14 PM

According to link the G4SH18DN420 is still a Sharp chipset.  As I recall, the $65 was a 1/4" CCD, so it appears that you got upgraded to a 1/3" CCD, which is good.

What area of the web site did you find that cable?  I missed it.  Part number?  price?

Their website has a typo.
This is the camera I got: http://www.intellica...4-S18-DN420.htm

And the cable... I bought it from the same place. I phoned in the order and asked for a 50ft cable. It was $19.

I hate typos, especially on sales sites. :o I found one other place a while ago where they called a B&W camera color or vice versa.
No wonder I couldn't find the cable on Direct Sales web site.
Their prices are good, but they wouldn't answer my pre-sales tech questions with anything useful.

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Posted 12 July 2006 - 09:51 PM

After some intensive Dogpiling, I was able to find a download for the PDA client software for this application:

http://www.nutechcctv.com/client.htm

Can't wait to try this out when I get home!

Due to the age of this thread, and Jeff's post, the link is understandably no longer working. Thanks to Google's caching ability, I was able to find the location of the file, which is still being hosted by nutechcctv. The Diginet Center PDA software can be found here:

http://www.nutechcct...etup_v1.002.exe

This program works like a charm with my Dell Axim x50v running WM2003 SE. Took me months of searching, and I came up empty until I found this post by Jeff. Thanks buddy!!

Edited by erkme73, 12 July 2006 - 09:52 PM.





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