Wireless Cameras

Wireless cameras have come a long way over the years and are great for some situations but they have many down falls. Wireless cameras transmit the video signal wirelessly to a receiver usually up to 300 feet away. Some receiver/transmitter systems will transmit the signal thousands of feet, but are costly. Most cameras transit the signal at 900Mhz, 2.4Ghz or 5.8Ghz. Each camera must be powered near its mounting location. Some small cameras can be powered for several hours with a battery. Standard wireless cameras will not have as good of a picture as a hardwired camera due to interference from wireless routers, cordless phones, microwaves and others such electrical devices. Also, the CMOS image chip that most wireless cameras have does not have as clear of a picture that a CCD camera has. We have wireless pinhole cameras, wireless covert cameras and weatherproof infrared night vision cameras available.

Camera Types available:
Wireless Pinhole, Covert, and Weatherproof Infrared

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