Posted by Mike Ward on 11/3/2014 to Home Security
Whether you're a business owner or a homeowner, having a wireless video transmitter brings a lot of benefits. These devices are becoming more common to have in your residence or business premises, and with the newer digital encrypted models performance is better and more secure.
Before introducing what this product can do, let's take a look at what a wireless video transmitter really is.
Basically, it's a system that is used to display picture to a screen that is not connected to the source through wires, hence the term wireless. In most cases, these devices also transmit audio signals, but video-only systems usually just transmit video.
Now that you're up to speed with what the product is, here are ways you can use it in your home or for your business:
For watching TV elsewhere
Suppose you're at home and there's a basketball game scheduled for the night. It just happens to be the playoffs and the match is between two of the most exciting teams in the NBA.
The problem is, you're the designated cook of the family. Kick-off time starts around the time you get home. By being in the kitchen, it means having to miss the game. It's quite the dilemma, isn't it?
Well, having a video sender – which is what the device is also called – solves all your basketball-watching woes. The signal from the television in your living room is sent over the air and to your screen in the kitchen.
As you can see, you can chop, boil and do whatever you have to do in the kitchen and you won't miss the action! Plus, having a device like this eliminates the need to secure a second box and of course the need for cabling, which can be tricky if not secured properly.
For keeping cables away
Don't you just hate the sight of cables? They just look messy to begin with. Plus, they're a nightmare when they tangle up. However, with a digital video sender, you won't have to deal with wires anymore.
For example, if you're the type that has a television in the living room and one in the bedroom, you won't need wire-work to get what's showing in one room to the other.
A video sender doesn't just work with television only. You can also use this for DVD players and home security systems. So, when you'd rather watch the news from the comfort of your bed, this device can help you out with that.
What's great about a device like this is it can transmit through walls over a given distance.
For security purposes
Let's say you run a retail business. Of course, you'd want to protect your business premises by installing security cameras. Well, with a digital video sender, the camera can monitor the outside premises and transmit that feed to you who is inside the building.
Now, that's on the business end of things. But a wireless video transmitter can also be used for home security purposes. For example, you want to know whose at the door before you actually open it – having a camera outside and a video sender gets this job done.
As you can see, whether you run a business or are a homeowner, having a digital video sender helps you save on costs, make the viewing experience much better and of course, keep your property safe.