4 Channel Wireless Video Transmitter module with
Microphone & Receiver Bundled-Pak
for transmission of audio &
video up to ~ 1000/2000 metres
(with optional 24 dB Antenna)
Module with Tiny Microphone -
+ RX AV-Cable
RX-Mini pictured with
Observe showrooms, warehouse, offices, entrances, etc without the
need to install expensive and inflexible wiring.
Distribute images to multiple remote Monitors (&/or Recorder) for
training, presentation or general surveillance and observation.
View images from Satellite TV, Pay TV, Cable TV, DVDs, VCRs,
Computers, Cameras, Quads, Multiplexers, etc in multiple rooms from
one source without distribution amplifiers or wiring.
Transmit your message to multiple TVs / Monitors in showrooms,
tradeshows, etc without wires.
See who is outside your door before opening it using a Video Camera
and your regular TV.
Monitor your baby, your children, the swimming pool, the elderly,
ill or recuperating using a CCTV camera or camcorder.
ISM Band: 2.4 ~ 2.483 GHz 4
Channels Audio & Video.
TV System: Suits all TV Systems in all Countries, operation is
independent of TV System.
Built-in PLL circuit.
Modulation Method: FM.
Oscillator: P.L.L. (Phase Locked Loop).
Audio & Video Input/Output for:
DVD Player, Satellite TV, Reversing Video Camera,
Tuner, Camcorder, Surveillance Video Camera, PC DVD / MPEG / AVI
Playback, TV Set (AV), Switcher, Video Monitor, PC Audio/Video
Capture Card, VCR, DVR, etc.
Video Input: Standard 1 v p-p, 75
ohm Composite Video via BNC Socket.
Audio Input via Electret Microphone (included).
RF Output Power: 10 mW EIRP (maximum allowed) with 3 dBi Whip
antenna, 50 ohms impedance, SMA Female Socket.
Power Supply Requirements: 12 VDC, ~ 120 mA via 2.1 x 5.5 mm socket,
center pin (+).
Dimensions (mm): ~ 44 x 38 x 12 excluding antenna socket, ~ 30
Compatibility: Video & Audio signals received by
Video Output: Standard Composite
Video 1 v p-p, 75 ohm impedance via 2.5 mm mini socket & 1.5 metre
cable with RCA Plug, compatible with CCIR, PAL, EIA, NTSC, SECAM TV
Single channel selection or Automatic Sequential Switching with ~ 4
Audio Output: Line Level, via 2.5 mm mini socket & 1.5 metre cable
with RCA Plugs.
Power Supply Requirement: 9 ~ 12 VDC, 1.3 mm x 3.8 mm
DC socket, center pin = (+).
Current: ~ 180 mA @ 10.5 Volts.
Sensitivity: -92 dbm.
Dimensions: ~ 52 mm (W) 60 mm (H) 20 mm (D) excluding sockets &
antenna. ~ 40 grams.
Surroundings, Obstructions, other Transmitters (2.4 GHz Cordless
Phones, Wireless LAN, etc), Antenna Alignment, Electromagnetic
& Radio Frequency interference in the vicinity. This device may be
affected by and may affect other devices that operate on or near the
same frequency causing minor to severe interference.
In ideal, clear,
Vertical 5 dBi Whip
antenna on Receiver up to ~ 100 metres.
Correctly matched and
aligned 24 dBi antenna on RX and 3 dBi antenna on TX up to ~ 1 000
Correctly matched and
aligned 24 dBi antenna on TX & RX up to ~ 2 000 metres
Higher than 3 dB on TX not allowed in
Due to the nature of Radio
Signals results are unpredictable (in the same manner as Mobile /
Cellular Telephones) signals reflected from surrounding objects
arriving at Receiver antenna may Add-to or Subtract-from the direct
signal from Transmitter. Directional antennas may reduce affect of
Range and Signal to
Noise Ratio (SNR) may be improved by increasing gain of antenna on
Transmitter &/or Receiver. For maximum signal transfer TX and RX
antennas should be the same polarity, that is both oriented
Vertically or Horizontally.
SMB 2.4 ~ 2.5
GHz Antenna, ~ 3 dBi gain, ~ 50 ohms impedance. Antenna for
Wireless LAN, WiFi Network, Wireless ADSL, Video Transmitters,
Length: ~ 62
mm. Diameter: ~ 6 mm. Weight: ~ 2 grams.
2.4 ~ 2.5 GHz, ~ 17.5 dBi gain, ~ 50 ohms impedance.
Beamwidth: E23, H24. Antenna for Wireless LAN, WiFi Network,
Wireless ADSL, Video Transmitters, etc.
(excluding Clamps) ~ 850 mm, ~ 75 mm diameter, ~ 800 grams, ~
500 mm RG-58 Coax cable. Supplied with Aluminium mounting
plate, Clamps, etc. Pictured in Vertical Polarity orientation
* Mast not included.
Grid-Parabolic Antenna for Wireless LAN, WiFi Network,
Wireless ADSL, Video Transmitters, etc. 2.4 ~ 2.5 GHz, ~ 24
dBi gain, ~ 50 ohm impedance. Beamwidth: ~ 11º (H) ~ 7º (V).
Front:Back ~ 25dB. VSWR ~ 1.5. Maximum Power 100 Watts.
Supplied with Clamps to suit 40 ~ 50 mm Tubular Mast, bracket
for Vertical or Horizontal mounting 60º Tilt in 10º
increments. Aluminium Grid (2 sections) ~ 1060 (W) ~ 600 (H)
mm assembled. Weight ~ 2.8 kg including mounting bracket.
Pictured in Horizontal Polarity orientation.
SMA male (internal
thread, pin contact, Hex Nut) to N female. Suitable for
P18G & P24G discontinued antennas.
SMA male (internal
thread, pin contact, Hex Nut) to N male. Suitable for
W12dB, W15dB, F16, F18, F20 & P24 antennas.
SMA male (internal
thread, pin contact, Hex Nut) to SMA male. Suitable for
30 cm RG-178
Coax cable with SMA male & female connectors.
cm Coax Cable with SMA male & female connectors. Attenuation
0.6 ~ 0.9 dB/metre @ 2 GHz., 0.8 ~ 1.4 dB/metre
@ 5.8 GHz
~ 450 cm Coax
Cable with SMA & N male connectors. Attenuation
~ 0.75 dB/metre @ 2.4 GHz, ~ 0.8~1.4 dB/metre @
5.8 GHz. Suitable for W12dB, W15dB, F16, F18,
F20 & P24 antennas.
Parabolic Yagi &
Flat are directional antennas. Whip antennas when used
vertically are for most practical purposes omni or non
To maximise 'Range' minimise
the length of Coax Cable between Antenna and TX/RX.
Antenna Gain... what
does it mean ??? a simplified explanation
strength from an antenna with 3 dBi gain will be double that from an
antenna that has 0 dBi gain, received signal strength from a 6 dBi
will be double that from a 3 dBi and so on... An increase in antenna
gain of 3 dBi is approximately equal to doubling the transmitter
output, received signal strength or range can be increased by raising
antenna gain or transmitter output. Range can be doubled by either
increasing antenna gain by 6 dBi or quadrupling the transmitter
The maximum allowed
2.4 GHz LIPD Video Transmitter output power is 10 milliwatts (mW) EIRP
(in Australia), increasing transmitter output is illegal and therefore
not an option.
Increasing the gain
of the receiver antenna is an alternative to increasing transmitter
output. In very simple terms: increasing antenna gain from 0 dBi
to 3 dBi is equivalent to raising the output power of a 10 mW
transmitter to ~ 20 mW. (5 dBi to ~ 33 mW) ( 8 dBi to ~ 66 mW) (12 dBi
to ~ 160 mW) (15 dBi to ~ 320 mW) (18 dBi to ~ 640 mW)
* LIPD = Low
Interference Potential Devices. * EIRP = Equivalent Isotropically
Radiated Power. Source: Australian Communications Authority
Click below for information on Frequencies & Power Limits