These products are used to send video and audio signals from any analog video source. They are mainly used with security cameras but can also send video and audio wirelessly from camcorders, TV's and other devices with a composite video out. Wireless video transmitters eliminate the need to run cables from a cameras location back to a monitor or recording device but they do require power at the cameras location. Batteries can be used for short term operation of a few hours but for continuous use a power outlet is recommended. Using separate video transmitters and receivers with security cameras you can get longer transmission range then is possible with standard wireless security cameras. This method also allows you to make most any standard security camera into a wireless camera so if your surveillance needs change you can change the camera to match. For some general information and answers to questions on wireless video transmitters and cameras click here.
3 Watt Long Range Wireless Transmitter and Receiver Transmit video signals over 1/2 mile line of sight with the included antennas. High power 1.2 GHz wireless system is great for longer distance and non line of sight situations. Aluminum casing designed for continuous operation
Part Number: PD12-3000
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Long distance 2.4 GHz Audio Video Transmitter and Receiver Transmit audio and video signals over 1/2 mile line of sight with the included Omni-directional antennas. This 2.4 GHz system gives you that extra power for longer range applications. Aluminum casing with heat sink and ventilation allows for continuous operation.
Part Number: PD24-3000
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A wireless video transmitter is great for sending video and audio signals from places where running wire is difficult or possibly prohibited. Some uses for these products include existing homes or structures where it can be very hard to conceal video cables or when you want to monitor a separate building which may be to far to run cables. The distances these devices can transmit are generally stated in line of sight ranges meaning there can not be anything but air between the transmitter's antenna and the receiver's antenna. Without line of sight the transmission distances can be significantly reduced depending on the objects the signal must penetrate. Metal and concrete or brick are the hardest single objects for signals to penetrate and a number of trees in the way also makes it difficult for signals to get through. A number of things can be done to increase range such as the use of high gain directional antennas, increasing the height of the video transmitter and receiver or just getting the antennas of the transmitter and receiver outside a wall by using an antenna cable. Many times with wireless transmitters and non line of sight it's difficult to calculate if they will work and you just need to try them to see the results which is why we offer a full refund for 30 days if you find that they will not work for your situation. If you have any questions on our wireless video transmitters please fell free to email or call us at 1-877-669-6368 and will do our best to help answer your questions.