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Wireless USB Video Quad Receiver

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The Wireless USB Receiver Video Quad can be connected to any TV monitor. or PC with a USB Interface.  With 1 and up to 4 Wireless Transmitting cameras, all 4 cameras can be viewed at the same time.  Our wireless CCD cameras can be provided as a kit so call our office to discuss toll free within Australia 1300 763235

Wireless USB Video Quad Receiver

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Now you can see up to 4 wireless cameras at the same time on one TV or PC.  Our new Quad Multiplex Receiver will do just that.  Just think, install one camera looking forward, one camera looking backward, one camera looking left, and one camera looking right. Talk about Surround Video.

You can also view one camera at a time and this receiver has a 4X digital zoom feature.  View 1, 2, 3 or all 4 cameras at same time.  Other functions include Picture In Picture (PIP) mode.  Adjust brightness, contrast, colour, hue, sharpness, image mirroring and motion detect alarm features.

USB2.0 supports connection PC, a single synchronised recording from 4 camera signals
2.4GHz Wireless receiver & QUAD SYSTEM
4-Channel receiver
Four pictures, two pictures, single pictures
PIP (picture in picture) automatic inverting mode
High performance picture freeze frame picture enhancing function

System: PAL/NTSC
Receiving Frequency: CHl: 2414MHz,CH2: 2432MHz CH3: 2450MHz,CH4: 2468MHz
Power Supply: 12V 1.2A
Current Consumption: 700mA
Receiving Sensitivity: -88dBm
Antenna Input Impedance: 75 ohm
Video Output Level: lVp-p
Audio Output Level: lVp-p
Image Resolution: 720X76(PAL) 720X80(NTSC)
Image Refresh Rate: 60Hz/second (NTSC) 50Hz/second (PAL)
Video Output Type Single picture, two picture, PIP, POP or four picture can be displayed and switched automatically -Ambient Temperature -30 ~ +60 degree

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