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#1 Dustin85

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Posted 13 May 2009 - 11:16 PM

Im about to buy some cams and found these cams and wanted to know what everyone thought about these. If you have used these please let me know or if you have heard anything let me know please, such as there effects on EMFs and stuff.



* Wireless Camera Features:
* Four (4) night vision infrared camera
* Color camera in normal light
* Great for low light applications
* 30 IR LED bulbs
* Operates on the 2.4 GHz frequency
* 1/3-inch image sensor
* NTSC format (standard format for USA and many other countries)
* 90 MHz - 200 MHz output frequency
* 200 mw output power
* 50 M / 100 M distance (150 to 300 feet) - depends of line of site, walls, etc.
* Low power consumption
* Silver camera body color
* Can be used with or without the wireless receiver (camera can be wired directly to TV/VCR/DVR/Capture Card (standard RCA video output)
* Powered by the included AC/DC 12v power adapters

* Wireless Receiver Features:
* 4-channel wireless receiver
* Antenna
* Two (2) Video out (standard RCA video output)
* Two (2) Audio out (standard RCA audio output)
* Channel switch button
* 12V DC in (AC/DC power adapter included)

* Wireless Receiver Frequency:
* Channel 1 Frequency: 2.414 GHz
* Channel 2 Frequency: 2.432 GHz
* Channel 3 Frequency: 2.450 GHz
* Channel 4 Frequency: 2.468 GHz

* Unit Dimensions:
* 3 x 2.25 x2-inches (H x W x D, Cameras)
* 1 x 3.25 x 5.25-inches (H x W x D, Receiver)

Package Includes:

* Four (4) Wireless Infrared/Color Cameras
* Wireless Receiver
* Remote w/battery
* Manual
* One (1) A/V cable
* Four (4) Camera AC/DC power adapters (100-240V AC, 50/60 Hz; 12V DC, 500 mA)
* One (1) Receiver AC/DC power adapter (100-240V AC, 50/60 Hz; 12V DC, 500 mA)

Product Requirements:

* Available power outlet(s)
* Standard TV, VCR or video capture card with A/V input
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