Supported Doorbell Cameras

Baggydog
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Re: Supported Doorbell Cameras

Post by Baggydog » Wed Dec 04, 2019 2:13 am

They only sell in unit qty of 100 or more so if you have 99 extras I will take 1 off your hands!

wdc
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Re: Supported Doorbell Cameras

Post by wdc » Sun Dec 22, 2019 4:23 pm

Looks like they sell the $66 version in quantity 1 and the other is available on Amazon for $99. Have you tested yet, @BarretAbney?

hugemongus
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Re: Supported Doorbell Cameras

Post by hugemongus » Tue Jan 21, 2020 12:41 am

Check out this guy. Was a breeze to install and retained my current analog system chime. Free app to enable 2-way audio when someone presses the doorbell. Also support ONVIF with manufacture setup instructions for BI.

https://www.nellyssecurity.com/nsc-db2- ... -16gb.html

Hockeyfreak
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Re: Supported Doorbell Cameras

Post by Hockeyfreak » Wed Jan 22, 2020 8:24 pm

hugemongus wrote:
Tue Jan 21, 2020 12:41 am
Check out this guy. Was a breeze to install and retained my current analog system chime. Free app to enable 2-way audio when someone presses the doorbell. Also support ONVIF with manufacture setup instructions for BI.

https://www.nellyssecurity.com/nsc-db2- ... -16gb.html
Looks just like my RCA doorbell cam. I'm less than impressed with the function of EZVIZ app and being able to connect up to communicate with people. It does work with BI, but I can't figure out how to use two way audio and good alerts with BI. Any pointers would be great.

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TimG
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Re: Supported Doorbell Cameras

Post by TimG » Sat Jan 25, 2020 9:58 am

It does work with BI, but I can't figure out how to use two way audio and good alerts with BI. Any pointers would be great.
When these people only post how wonderful it is, but don't come back to explain to you how they configured it in BI, it looks like an advert. There's not much point in me directly asking Nelly's, as I live in the UK, but one of you guys could ask.
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kmackall
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Re: Supported Doorbell Cameras

Post by kmackall » Thu Feb 06, 2020 2:20 pm

Hi all,

New to this forum and new to Blue Iris. I used Zoneminder for a couple years now, and after looking in Blue Iris I decided to give it a shot. After a quick eval I re-imaged my Zoneminder Linux server to Win 10 with Blue Iris. Can't be happier.

So now onto my questions. I've got 16 cameras in and outside my home, 15 of them Foscam. All work great. In addition, I have an RCA HSDB1, which I believe is the same as the Hikvision DB1. For the camera definition in Blue Iris I have the IP address, RTSP port of 554, and a video path of /Streaming/channels/101. It's the user name and password that I believe are my problem, and I really don't know what to use for these values. When I use the values I had in ZM (user admin, password the verification code from the tag on the camera), things worked.

I'm fairly certain the video path is correct, since if I go into Stats for Nerds on the browser it shows video streaming at about 400Kbps and the camera seek position is Live. In Blue Iris I get the error code 8000007a (Check port/user/password) 0. If I change the video path to something else, Blue Iris reports 404 not found. The window in Blue Iris shows No Signal with the error code below. Interestingly, the no signal screen also shows me the camera time from the RCA doorbell, so it appears there's data being properly exchanged between the doorbell and Blue Iris.

I've tried in Blue Iris the admin/verification code, and other options like admin/admin, admin/(blank), but always the same result of no signal in Blue Iris.

Any help on the right user and password combination would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

mikelk
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Re: Supported Doorbell Cameras

Post by mikelk » Sat Feb 08, 2020 12:28 am

I have both the Nelly DB1 and DB2 - don't waste your time on the DB1. DB2 is decent and appears to be the same as the Hikvision model. The Nelly model did not have a way to tie the PIR alerts into BI (disappointment) - would like to know if the Hikvision version has this. Video is decent. Have not tries to tie in audio so can't help there.

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