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Covert Wireless Pinhole Colour Video Camera with Ant-SMB Antenna inbuilt 4 Channel 2.4 GHz Video Transmitter.
Fully self contained only requires Power Supply.
|All values are approximate.||@ 3 m||@ 5 m||@ 9 m||@ 15 m|
|Width of Vision with 5.5 mm Lens||2.2 m||3.6 m||6.5 m||10.8 m|
|Additional Lens selection info here|
Suitable for portable discreet / covert surveillance with virtually unlimited Monitoring / Recording locations using multiple Receivers.
Business: Observe showrooms, warehouse, offices, doors, etc without the need to install expensive and inflexible wiring.
Safety: See who is outside your door - use your TV as a monitor * Monitor your baby, your children, the swimming pool, the elderly, ill or disabled * Monitor your home with up to four cameras.
Colour CCTV Video Camera with Pinhole Lens - PAL TV system.
Image Sensor: 1/4 inch LOW BLEMISH CCD, 512 x 582 pixels.
Lens: Pinhole Type 5.5 mm Focal Length, there are no Accessory Lenses for this Camera, additional information here.
Sensitivity: ~ 3 lux @ F1.2 (this value is provided for comparative purposes only).
Signal : Noise Ratio ~ 48 dB.
Resolution: ~ 440 Horizontal Pixels (this value is provided for comparative purposes only).
Electronic Shutter: 1/50 ~ 1/100 000 second, 20 ms ~ 10 microseconds, additional
ISM Band: 2.4 ~ 2.483 GHz 4 Channel.
Modulation Method: FM.
Oscillator: P.L.L. (Phase Locked Loop).
RF Output Power: 10 mW EIRP (maximum allowed) with 3 dBi Mini Antenna, 50 ohms impedance, SMB RF connector.
Channel Select (DIP Switch) info:
Power Supply Requirements:
12 VDC Regulated, 2.1 mm x 5.5 mm
socket, center pin = (+),
Current: ~ 160 mA.
~ 69 mm (L), ~ 32 (W), ~ 28 mm (H), excluding antenna. Antenna ~ 62 mm long, ~ 6 mm diameter. Total weight ~ 60 grams.
Compatibility: Receive signals with RX-Mon7 & RX-Mini.
Depends on 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, Line-of-Sight conditions with Vertical 3 dBi Whip antenna on TX
Vertical 5 dBi Whip antenna on Receiver up to ~ 100 m.
Correctly matched and aligned 24 dBi antenna on Receiver up to ~ 1000 m.
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 reflected signals.
ANTENNAS for RECEIVER not suitable for TX-CAM2p
Range and Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) may be improved by increasing gain of antenna on Receiver and/or Transmitter (in Australia TX may only be fitted with 3 dBi antenna). For maximum signal transfer TX and RX antennas should be the same polarity, that is both oriented Vertically or Horizontally.
Parabolic, Yagi & Flat are directional antennas. Whip antennas when used vertically are for most practical purposes omni or non directional.
To maximise 'Range' minimise the length of Coax Cable between Antenna and TX/RX.
Antenna Gain... what does it mean ??? a simplified explanation
Received signal 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 output.
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.
* LIPD = Low Interference
Potential Devices. * EIRP = Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power.
Source: Australian Communications Authority
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