Saturday, 11 March 2017

2.4GHz / 5.8GHz Indoor Wireless Video System





2.4GHz / 5.8GHz Indoor Wireless Video System




2.4GHz / 5.8GHz Indoor Wireless Video System


 PAKITE 2.4GHz/ 5.8GHz Indoor Wireless Video Systems provide Plug & Play solutions where running cabling is not possible or is too expensive. These 2.4G/ 5.8G Indoor Video Systems are custom made to fit your exact requirements to save you time and money. The wireless video transmitters and receivers are the perfect fit for almost any Indoor wireless video application from 150m to 700m clear-line-of-sight range. These systems are ideal for Digital Set Top Box TV, Satellite receiver, IPTV, DVD, CCTV security, video surveillance and other fixed camera applications with no programming required. Each system is Plug & Play and includes a Wireless Video Transmitter & Receiver, IR extender wire, power supplies , RCA video/audio/power cables for each unit or easy trouble-free installation. Free Life-Time technical support is available with all our products.



 With all Indoor Wireless Video Systems clear-line-of-sight is you best option for installations, but with most homes and buildings this can be impossible to achieve.   We recommend to try and setup your Indoor Wireless Video Systems to penetrate as few walls as possible.  The more walls that the wireless video signal needs to pass through the weaker the signal gets.  PAKITE Digital 2.4GHz long range transmitter and receiver work best when using your Indoor Wireless Video Systems in environments that contain several walls between the wireless av transmitter and receiver.  Always consult with one of technical support specialist before you purchase these Indoor Wireless Video Systems to discuss the details of your application.   In many cases running cabling is your best option when dealing with several walls.  The Indoor Wireless Video Systems can use cabling from the transmitter to the camera or input video signal to obtain a location that is more signal friendly.  Cabling can also be used from the receiver to the video monitor or DVR for better signal reception.  This may be the best option for old buildings where the construction may hinder the video signal of the Indoor Wireless Video Systems.


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