Ultimate safety wireless baby monitor set, coming with a high quality 2.4GHz wireless receiver with ultra-large 7.0 inch screen plus 1 Wireless Night Vision Cameras for keeping a very close eye on your baby or rooms. This wireless receiver works in ISM Band: 2400 - 2485 MHz to receive wireless camera audio and video signals and displays the received image signal on the LCD screen. With our Monitoring System software, you can capture the image and video you are watching, and play back the data recorded. You can enjoy its capability for entertainment, monitoring and security purposes.
2.4GHz wireless 7.0 inch TFT LCD monitor with remote control
380 TV lines clear picture display
4-Channels available to avoid interference
Built-in 24 infrared LED lights enables you to view up to 15 meters at night or in low-light settings
Built-in microphone for audio monitoring
100m transmission distance without block
Suitable for monitoring children and elders, and widely used for theft prevention, after-hours surveillance, home security, etc
Channel scan and channel skip for multi - camera usage
Transmission Frequency: ISM 2400MHz ~ 2483MHz 4CH
Modulation Mode: FM
Antenna Type: Camera: Omni; Receiver: Directional
Unobstructed Effective Range: Up to 100m (Without Block)
Antenna Port: 50ohm SMA
Operating Temperature: 0℃ ~ +50℃
Storage Temperature: -20℃ ~ +60℃
Operating Humidity: 85%RH
Imaging Sensor Type: 1/4" CMOS
CMOS Total Pixels: 510 x 492 (NTSC)
Horizontal Definition: 380 TV Lines
View Angle: NTSC: 46°
Minimum Illumination: 5.0 Lux / F1.2 & 0 Lux (IR ON)
Transmission Power: 80 mW
Power Supply: DC 5V 1000 mA
Night Vision Range: 15m
Consumption Current: 80 mA & 200 mA (IR ON)
Dimensions: 5.7 x 11.5 (Dia. x H)
LCD Type: TFT
LCD Screen Size: 7"
Dot Pitch: 0.1025mm x 0.163mm
View Angle (U / D / L / R): 10° / 30° / 45° / 45° (Min)
Brightness: 300 cd / square meter
Contrast Ratio: 150 : 1
Interface: Alternated Video Signal
Light Source: CCFL
Power Supply: DC 12V 1.5A
Video Output Level: 1Vp-p@75ohm
Audio Output Level: 1Vp-p@600ohm
Receiving Sensitivity: ≤ -85dBm
Dimensions: 18.9 x 2.1 x 14 cm / 7.44 x 0.83 x 5.51 inch (L x W x H)
1 x Receiver
1 x Camera
1 x Receiver Adapter
1 x Camera Adapter
1 x AV Cable
1 x Antenna
1 x Remote Control
1 x Users Manual
What are wireless cameras?
Wireless cameras are basically described as a wireless transmitter carrying a camera signal. The Camera is wired to a wireless transmitter and the signal travels between the camera and the receiver. This works much like radio. The sound you hear on a radio is transmitted wirelessly and you tune to a certain frequency and hear the sound. Wireless cameras have a channel also. The receiver has channels to tune in and then you get the picture. The wireless camera picture is sent by the transmitter the receiver collects this signal and outputs it to your Computer OR TV Monitor depending on the receiver type.
The wireless Camera / Transmitter.
The Camera sees the image, the camera then provides the video to the transmitter, then the transmitter sends the wireless signal to the receiver. There are many types of wireless cameras. You can make most any camera wireless by adding a wireless transmitter and receiver. The camera and transmitter require power. The power is provided by battery and/ or transformer / adapter. The complete (Diagram 1) wiring for the wireless camera and transmitter end follows.
As you can see (by Diagram 1), the camera and transmitter both need power. The camera sees an image, and sends it to the transmitter, and the transmitter sends the signal out to the air. The receiver picks up the signal and outputs it to a TV / Computer / Digital Video recorder. This is a basic diagram. Many wireless cameras and transmitters are very small and the power is provided to both from one source. A good example of this is a hidden wireless camera. IE: A clock radio wireless camera is powered by plugging in the clock. The camera and wireless transmitter are provided power by the clock radio internally.
A wireless receiver has only one function. After the camera and wireless transmitters have provided the wireless video signal the receiver collects this signal and routes it the Monitor, TV, VCR, DVR or PC (or alternative recording or viewing device). See diagram 2.
As you can see in Diagram 2 the receiver accepts the wireless transmitters signal and then out puts it to your TV, VCR, Monitor or PC. The receiver needs only power and a Device to view and or record the Signal / Video.
Video Transmitters / Receivers**
Video Transmitters can be obtained separate from cameras. If you have a wired camera now you can turn it into wireless by adding a transmitter and receiver. Instead of the wire from the camera to the recording device or monitor the wireless signal will send the video. Again you will need to provide power to the camera and the transmitter. Most transmitters and receivers are sold as a package but some are not. Be sure to check with the supplier.