CAMONS No Interference Digital Wireless Color Video Transmitter & Receiver for Car/SUV/Trailer Wired Backup Camera System DC12-24V 2.4GHz RCA Connector

POWER SUPPLY:DC+8~+28V
Current Consumption):160mA,Max.190mA
Operating Temperature:-10~+60 ºC
Storing Temperature:-30~+85 ºC
Operating humidity:85%RH
POWER ON Time:2S Max.
Video Delay time:120mS Max.
Resolution:VGA:640X480/D1:720X480
Frame Rate:VGA:30f/s/D1: 25f/s
Video Codec:MPEG4
Video in System:PAL/NTSC Auto detection
Voice Sample Rate:16KHz/12BIT ADC ADPCM/PCM
Pairing:22(4KK)
Operation Frequency:2400 ~ 2525MHz
Transmitter Consupmtion:20dBm
RF Bit Rate:4Mbps
Modulation:FSK/GFSK
Working Range:>200M
Receiving Sensitivity:–[email protected]

Product Features

  • Clearer & Further: digital wireless technical keep no interference for your backup camera, only 120ms delay we are hard to feel it. Up to 150 feet in the vehicle, range over 550ft in the empty area, suitable for large vehicles, small trucks, etc
  • Safety: Suitable for DC9V-24V vehicles, outstanding power ic components enable it can work long time without getting too hot
  • Universal: Compatible with variety RCA connector analog camera and car monitor, making your existing wired cameras or monitors be wireless
  • Easy Installation: Quick plug and disconnect, 12 months warranty
  • Notice: No waterproof, don’t put it outdoors

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2 Responses to CAMONS No Interference Digital Wireless Color Video Transmitter & Receiver for Car/SUV/Trailer Wired Backup Camera System DC12-24V 2.4GHz RCA Connector

  1. Anonymous says:

    it’s not awful! and it has good range! Unlike other wireless video links I’ve tested, this one produces an image that’s virtually identical to the original when used with a good quality backup camera (not all CCTV analog cameras are the same). It has no problem being one story down, below a concrete floor, and 40′ away. Two stories down and 40′ horizontal, as far as I could get inside my house, I had to fiddle with the antenna and keep it away from the monitor but I still got a reasonable picture. It does fail gracefully, pixelating…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Works Percetly with no disruption