This wireless camera can be paired with any of our VisionWorks HD Camera Kits. Each VisionWorks HD Monitor can pair with up to 4 wireless cameras. This long-range wireless camera has an IP68 rating so it's ready for harsh conditions and can transmit up to 600 feet. The VisionWorks HD Wireless All-In-One Camera includes:
* One IP68 Wireless Heavy Duty HD Camera
* Magnetic Mount
* TechnoRV Learning Series
* Resolution: 720p HD Resolution
* Wireless Range: 600 ft.
* Lens: 2.1 mm
* Viewing angle:120 degrees
* Durability rating: IP69k
* Night vision: Yes
* Lowest operating temperature: -20 C or -4 F
* Input type: Female barrel jack plug for hard-wiring cable.
* Delay: 0.11 seconds
* 720p HD Resolution
* IP 68 Durability
* 600 ft. signal (Real-world tested at 65 feet with no signal issues)
* 120-degree viewing angle
* 3-Year Warranty
VisionWorks cameras work flawlessly with the Furrion pre-wired mount that is often provided on new RVs. When deciding on which camera to add to your RV that came prewired for a backup camera, you do not have to use a Furrion simply because they put the mount on the RV. VisionWorks cameras offer more features than the Furrion does, and it does it for less money!
The Visionworks system can record while you are driving or if you want it to double as a security system (SD card not included).
We have tested this system using our 42 foot motorhome towing a Jeep behind it. With the VisionWorks camera mounted on the back of our Jeep, we had a great signal on the monitor sitting with us.
The included monitor has a quad processor with the ability to toggle between camera views or you are able to view up to 4 cameras on one screen.. This allows you to use the monitor with 3 additional cameras in addition to a rearview observation camera. A popular choice is to add 2 side marker light cameras to monitor your side view as well as your rear view, all on the same monitor.
The camera needs 12V power and many RVs come with a pre-installed camera mount with 12V power making it simple to connect the wires and screw the camera into the mount. If you are adding a camera without a pre-wired mount, you would use the power supply from your running lights to power the camera and use the universal mount to attach the camera to the back of your RV.