WirelessVideoCameras.com Announces 5.8Ghz Long Range Transmitter and Receiver

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WirelessVideoCameras.com announces 5.8Ghz Long Range Transmitter and Receiver for all outdoor environments using extremely durable and rugged materials made to last.

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Designed for most all outdoor environments Wi Vid Wireless Video Cameras introduces its http:// 5.8Ghz long range weatherproof transmitter and receiver systems. The systems are completely Plug & Play with no programming required for easy installation. Each system includes a transmitter and receiver housed in a NEMA-4 weatherproof enclosure with built-in directional antenna, a 110/220VAC to 12VDC power supply for each unit, adjustable pole mount brackets and 30ft. RG-59 coax/power cables for each unit. Optional cable lengths are available to meet your exact requirement since all the wireless video systems are custom made to order.    This is ideal for wireless video security cameras or any composite video signal.

The 5.8Ghz weatherproof wireless video links are available in clear-line-of-sight ranges from 300ft. to over 20miles.    The systems provide an affordable solution for surveillance cameras or CCTV cameras through wireless video when running cables is impractical for too expensive.

Repeater systems can be used in some cases when clear-line-of-sight is blocked by obstructions such as hills or buildings. Wi Vid Wireless Video Cameras RF engineering team can help determine the best solution for most all wireless video projects.

PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) cameras can be used seamlessly by using Wi Vid Wireless Video Cameras ML-D900-7 wireless PTZ data control link with any of their 5.8Ghz long range transmitters and receivers. This will provide an excellent solution for real-time wireless video for remote monitoring security applications. Pricing for complete systems start under $500USD. For more information see http://www.wirelessvideocameras.com or call 1-800-790-8451

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