Stats: IP Camera Dead On Arrival (DOA) Decline, Near Zero

By: IPVM Team, Published on Jun 01, 2018

New IPVM integrator statistics show that IP camera DoA rates have declined with zero dead on arrival units for many integrators and effectively zero for many more, a decline from 2015 reported failure rates.

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  • "*% **** *** ** the *** "
  • "*********, **** **** *** of *** *** ** long ** * *** remember "

***** ******** ** *** Percentage

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  • "********** **** *** ** the ***, **** **** 1%
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  • "
  • "**** **** *%. ** only *** **** *******"
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  • "*% *** **** ********* - **** ***** *** local ********. "
  • "**** **** *% *** I ******** ** ** was ****** ******* ** misapplication"
  • "*.*%. ******* "
  • "**** ***, **** **** 1% ** *** ****** Interlogix ******* "
  • "**** **** *%"
  • "** *** * **** P3707-PVE **** **** *******. The ***** ****** ** 1 **** *** *********. "
  • "**** *** **** **** 1% ******* **** "
  • "*% ** ************* ***** out"

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  • "****, ******* *** *****. 0.0% *** ** ***. After **** ******* ***** consistently ****** ***** ** days. ******* **** ********* exceeds **%. "
  • "******* ******* *** *** or **** ****** * couple ***** ** ******* around **-**% "
  • "**% *******"
  • "******* *% ** ******* were *** - *******."
  • "* % - ******* Vision"
  • "**** **** *%...** ******* selling *******."
  • "******* *** **** ******* were ***, ***** .*%, but *** **** ******* "
  • "*% *******"

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Comments (3)

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