This long range wireless video camera enables you to send live video from one location to another without the troublesome cabling, or where hardwiring is difficult or impracticable. This standalone wireless camera operates on microwave radio system - no internet connection required, no bandwidth to worry about. It is therefore particularly useful in those remote locations where there is no internet/network coverage or out of WiFi range. NTSC and PAL options are available.
Outdoor camera with night vision ...
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3W high-power long range transmitter
Long distance transmission
Further range can be achieved by installing directional or high gain omni-directional antennas on both sides. Range is about 1,500 feet (450 meters) in open space with omni-directional antennas of 12dBi or higher. Over 7 miles (11 km) can be achieved by installing directional antennas in open space, for example, from a mountain top to another mountain top, from an outlying island to the seashore, from a building to another building across the road and so forth.
Note: Range may vary depending on the actual operating environment. Wireless signal can pass through some walls, trees and other obstacles with reduced range. The degree of signal attenuation depends on the type and number of obstacles going through. For example, signal attenuation will be much more with concreted wall than with wooden partition.
Viewing live video feed over the internet or mobile phone
Power. Both the transmitter and the receiver work on DC12V power. Two AC/DC power adapters have been included in the package for this purpose. In those areas where AC power is not available, you may connect the devices to external DC12V battery such as solar-powered system or Sealed Lead Acid rechargeable battery. See Specifications below for power consumption details.
Easy installation ...
Using a RF Splitter, you may share a single antenna amongst multiple receivers. See an example here.
2) Send video wirelessly between two buildings.
3) Send video wirelessly between two mountains.
4) Send video from an outlying island back to the seashore.
2) A matching receiver.
3) Two omni-directional antennas (6dBi for 1.2GHz & 0.9GHz; 7dBi for 2.4GHz) for the camera and the receiver.
4) A wall bracket adjustable for left/right and up/down positions.
5) A RCA AV cable for the receiver.
6) Two 100~240VAC/12VDC regulated power adapters for the cam and the receiver.