- This Receiver Camera Kit switches the receiver's channels by remote control
- This Receiver Camera Kit has 380 TVL of horizontal definition
- This Receiver Camera Kit is easy for installation
- 100m transmission distance without block
- Audio monitoring with microphone in camera
- Unlike many other infrared cameras, this Wireless Receiver Camera Kit is completely wireless
- Aspect Ration: 7 inch(16:9)
- Display Element: Color TFT LCD
- Video System: PAL/NTSC
- Active Area: 156(mm)*88(mm)
- Resolution: 480(H)*RGB*234(V)
- Receiver Channel: 4CH
- Brightness: 200cd/square meters
- Contrast Ratio: 300:1
- Db Level: -90dB
- Composite Video (AV): One-way AV input
- OSD Language: English
- Input Voltage: DC 12V
- Max Power Consumption: ≤8W
- Size: 190 x 140mm / 7.5 x 5.5in(L x W)
- Imaging Sensor: OV image sensor chip
- Frequency: 2.400~2.483MHz
- Pixels: PAL: 628 x 582; NTSC:510 x 492
- Resolution: 380 TV Lines
- Camera Lights: 30 LED
- Night Vision Range: 25M
- Lens Angle: PAL:60°; NTSC: 40°
- Minimum illumination: 1 Lux
- Bandwidth: 25m
- Angular Field of View: 45°(F=60mm)
- Power Supply: DC + 5V
What's in the box?
- 1 x Monitor
- 2 x Camera
- 1 x Adaptor for Monitor
- 2 x Adaptor for Camera
- 1 x RCA Connection Cable
- 1 x Antenna
- 1 x Remote Control
- 1 x Use Manual
How to Use Wireless Camera Receivers?
- A wireless camera receiver receives all video input from your wireless video camera and allows you to view the video from your computer or TV monitor. Before you can use the wireless camera receiver, however, you have to make sure that the wireless camera as well as the receiver itself is properly installed and configured.
- Connect the wireless camera receiver into a USB port in your computer. When the computer recognizes the device, you will be asked to insert the installation disc that comes with the device. Do so and follow the installation instructions on your screen to install the wireless camera receiver device driver. Reboot the computer.
- Check if the driver was installed correctly. Click "Start" and type "device manager" in the search box. Click "Device Manager" among the list of options that appear.
- Click the arrow button beside "Sound, video and game controllers" and see if the name of the wireless camera receiver you just installed is included in the list. If it is not included or if the name has a yellow question mark beside it, you will need to uninstall the driver and repeat the driver installation.
- Run the wireless camera receiver software to start seeing the video inputs in your computer.
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