This is an incredibly portable wireless inspection camera system with a wide array of possible uses from safety, building, pipe, duct and vehicle inspections to surveillance, search and rescue, etc and is compatible with Windows and Mac operating systems.
The miniature, lightweight camera has a 62° horizontal viewing angle coupled with a 90° wide angle lens, 6 superbright LED lights with adjustable brightness to illuminate dark areas, an RF signal output up to 300 feet line of sight and an adjustable lens focus of 1-100cm. The camera is powered by a rechargeable 280MAh Li-ion battery which will charge in 1½ hours providing 1½ hours working time.
This high definition camera is ideal for aerial photography and can be mounted on a pole or similar device. It is supplied with a bracket so it can be pole mounted.
Camera frequency: General – 2414Mhz (CH1)
Total Pixels: NTSC – 720 x 480 / PAL – 720 x 576
Horizontal resolution: 480 TV lines
DVR Monitor with Sunshade:
The 5” wireless DVR monitor with 800 x 480 pixel resolution has an easy to fit optional sunshade which opens on the click of a button. It also has a built-in desk stand.
The monitor has an RF-SMA 4 Blade antenna with a 2.4Ghz 8 channel receiver with automatic scan to lock onto the strongest signal, 1W stereo speaker, earphone output, USB 2.0 port, microSD slot and is powered by a rechargeable 4500MAh Li-ion battery. The monitor is compatible with microSD memory cards up to 32Gb. A 32Gb card will provide between 10 and 32 hours of video recording time, whilst 1Gb will hold up to 15625 images.
Video can be recorded in a resolution of 720 x 576 or 720 x 480 pixels and stored in MPEG-AVI format, with images stored as JPG or JPEG files. The monitor has a standard ¼” camera mounting socket so it can be installed on a tripod or similar if required. It is also supplied with a clamp so that it can be mounted on an aerial pole.
In the Box:
DVR monitor with 8Gb microSD card
RF-SMA 4 Blade antenna
Audio/Video out cable
2 x AC adapters
Mounting brackets for screen and camera