range wireless video camera enables you to send live video from one location to another without expensive and messy wiring.
The wireless camera works on its own transmission system and is therefore particularly useful in those remote locations where there is no internet
coverage or out of WiFi range. No software installation required. No internet connection required. No bandwidth to worry about. NTSC and PAL options are available.
Outdoor camera with night vision ...
A color infrared CCD camera is built inside a weather-proof aluminum housing suitable for outdoor installation. Casing size: 38(L) x 11.5(W) x 13(H) cm (15" x 4.5" x 5").
High resolution camera ...
The high resolution and low illumination SONY 1/3" Ex-view HAD CCD II 700 TVL image sensor produces excellent color video in the day and automatically turns to B/W mode in the night. No audio.
3W high-power long range transmitter
An unique wireless camera of its type with a high-power transmitter
built inside the camera housing. Color live video can be sent wirelessly
over a long distance to the included receiver which can be connected to TV, DVR, monitor, computer
and so forth for instant viewing or recording for subsequent viewing. Your choice of frequency band in 1.2GHz, 2.4GHz or 900MHz are available.
Long distance transmission
The package comes with two omni-directional 1.2GHz, 2.4GHz or 900MHz antennas for the camera and the receiver. Working range in this case is about 500 feet (150 meters) LOS.
Further range can be acheived by installing directional antennas on both sides. Over 7 miles (11 km) can be achieved by
installing high gain 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 and non-metallic obstacles, but in this case, the transmission distance will be much shorter
due to signal attenuation through obstacles.
Viewing live video feed over the internet or mobile phone
If you already have a DVR or video encoder and other equipment connecting to the internet, you may connect the wireless receiver to one of the video inputs of your DVR/video encoder so that you can view the camera's video feed live in your local network or in a remote location over the internet on your mobile phone. See the typical setup here.
This connection method is particularly useful when your IP/WiFi cameras don't work because out of the WiFi coverage, say over 1,000 feet from the router.
If you expect that your area would be congested with the crowded 2.4GHz frequency band, choosing 1.2GHz or 900MHz camera can effectively avoid radio interferences from those 2.4GHz equipment.
Easy installation ...
Three simple steps to setup: (A) fix the wall mount to wall, tree, pole or so forth; (B) fix the camera to the wall mount and connect it to the AC power socket or external 12VDC battery; and (C) connect the receiver to TV, monitor, computer or other display device.
The camera can operate in total darkness for distance up to 100 feet (30 meters). Automatic exposure control, automatic gain control and automatic backlight compensation. The built-in infrared LEDs turn on/off automatically when the light condition
turns weak (when illumination is under 8 LUX).
Up to 4 cameras represented by different channel numbers can be set up in one location without interference to one another. The receiver can monitor up to 4 cameras, i.e. the set up
can be 4 wireless cams and 1 receiver. For 1.2GHz and 900MHz model, you may select on the receiver to display any one of the 4 channels at a time to view live video on your TV or other display device (See diagram 1 here). For 2.4GHz model, you may select multiple channels to display (See diagram 3
here). In this case, the videos of the cams selected will be displayed sequentially.
If you install multiple cameras and you want to view all video feeds at the same time, a separate receiver
must be installed for each wireless camera. By connecting all the receivers
to a multiplexer or quad, you can view all camera videos in split screen (See
Using a RF Splitter, you may share a single antenna
amongst multiple receivers. See an example here.
1) A wireless camera in weatherproof housing. 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.