Source: Remington security camera
 

"Will Sill" <w...@epix.anet> wrote in message

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> Looking for a source (ideally at a rational price!) for replacement
> security cameras: Remington  model CM108/04920.
> Post to group or private email to w...@epix.net
> TIA
> Will Sill

Do they have to be that particular brand/model? Security cameras are cheap
and readily available from a ton of different companies these days.

"Will Sill" <w...@epix.anet> wrote in message

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- -> I see where "James Sweet" <jamessw...@hotmail.com> responded to my
> inquiry, to wit:
> >> Looking for a source (ideally at a rational price!) for replacement
> >> security cameras: Remington  model CM108/04920.
> He asks:
> >Do they have to be that particular brand/model? Security cameras are
cheap
> >and readily available from a ton of different companies these days.
> Thanx for responding.
> I hope you're right about them being cheap and readily available - but
> I'm hoping to get a match for the 4-conductor cable connector used by
> the model named.   I am certainly not fussy otherwise.
> Will Sill

It's probably just two wires for power and two wires for composite video, if
you can figure out the pinout this should be easy. Do a search in google for
security cameras, B&W ones are down around $40-$75 depending on features.

none   Nov 11 2004, 2:02 am     Newsgroups: sci.electronics.repair none <goth...@bellsouth.net> - Thu, 11 Nov 2004 04:02:25 -0600 Local: Thurs,Nov 11 2004 2:02 am Subject: Re: Source: Remington security camera Reply to Author Forward Print sci.electronics.repair3ff91cf9726c5bdf" Individual Message Show original On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 03:49:11 GMT, "James Sweet"
- -<jamessw...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>"Will Sill" <w...@epix.anet> wrote in message
>news:1b14p0dhk585fqgu6uqjt9i4v2tc14ao0t@4ax.com...
>> I see where "James Sweet" <jamessw...@hotmail.com> responded to my
>> inquiry, to wit:
>> >> Looking for a source (ideally at a rational price!) for replacement
>> >> security cameras: Remington  model CM108/04920.
>> He asks:
>> >Do they have to be that particular brand/model? Security cameras are
>cheap
>> >and readily available from a ton of different companies these days.
>> Thanx for responding.
>> I hope you're right about them being cheap and readily available - but
>> I'm hoping to get a match for the 4-conductor cable connector used by
>> the model named.   I am certainly not fussy otherwise.
>> Will Sill
>It's probably just two wires for power and two wires for composite video, if
>you can figure out the pinout this should be easy. Do a search in google for
>security cameras, B&W ones are down around $40-$75 depending on features.

Stay away from the X-10 cameras though, they're pretty sorry excuses
for cameras.(the so called nighthawk night vision camera is anything
but.)

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