The PG2087C home poe camera may encounter water mist issues on the front lens, leading to unclear visibility. This guide outlines steps to effectively address this problem.
Step 1: Prepare and Inspect
①Check the ip camera with the water mist issue on the front lens.
②Gather necessary tools: cross screwdriver, dust-free rag (clean paper towel), desiccant, and a hair dryer.
③Carefully pull the black case outward.
④Inspect the seamless connection of the waterproof coil between the front lens part and the front and back covers.
Step 2: Disassemble the Bullet Camera
①Remove the front cover:
Use the screwdriver to loosen the rear lens cover; remove it, taking care not to damage the camera wire.
②Remove the chip:
Use the screwdriver to loosen the three fixing screws carefully, ensuring not to lose them or scratch the lens.
Step 3: Dry Out the Water Mist Inside
①Use a dust-free cloth or clean paper towel to wipe off water mist and dirt, ensuring a clean lens cover (be cautious to avoid scratches).
②Use the hair dryer:
Dry the front and back covers and internal components thoroughly with a hair dryer.
③Replace the desiccant:
Roll up the desiccant and insert it into the surveillance camera.
Step 4: Reassemble the Camera
①Check the lens cover, ensure there is no water mist or dirt on the front lens cover.
②Tighten the three screws and place the home ip camera chip back into the case, secure the front cover and tighten the fixing screws between the front cover of the lens and the housing.
③Check the waterproof rubber ring between the lens and the housing.
Close the black housing securely.
Following these steps should help you effectively address the water mist issue on the PG2087C outdoor camera, ensuring optimal performance. Click for details and confidently proceed with the security camera maintenance process.