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About pmac0101

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  1. I have a cheap 10mw camera that I'm trying to repair and need some assistance or advice on where to obtain info please. The camera board was connected to the transmitter board with four wires, they are in need of reconnection but I cannot tell what goes where. It is labeled as 203CWAS, 2.4G, DC9V on the back. Does anyone know where I can find a diagram, schematic, or anything that would help? They used to be color coded but, number one, I"m color blind. No.2, it has been repaired previously from a "hard landing" with ALL BLACK WIRING. Any assistance would GREATLY be appreciated. My wife wants her kitchen back! Thanks
  2. This is the camera I'm referring to...... www.supercircuits.com/Security-Cameras/Specialty-Security-Cameras/PC228 I'll add the requested images shortly. thanks, art
  3. Hello, I have a ccd camera that was in a former life a "back-up camera", and would like to use it on a couple of rc craft if possible. It had one single lead with a mini plug that had three rings. From there it went to a small sealed box, then to the camera. The sealed box has since been not, and I still don't know what it is! It is connected on both sides with four wires. The plug side is red, yellow, green, black. The other side going to the camera is white, yellow, red, black. My question is... Is it possible to connect from the outbound camera side to have a functional camera? I do not know anything that the formerly sealed board and it's chips do, I was hoping that it had something to do with reversing the image, but I have no idea. If so, does anyone know how it would be wired? I'm assuming the red is power, black ground, yellow video, but don't know what the white does. The camera doesn't have audio, so I thought I might ask before trying anything. I'd like to use the camera due to it's low weight, and wide field of view. I'd greatly appreciate any input anyone has, thanks! Art
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