QuickVu Wireless Backup Camera System

October 16, 2013 - Comment

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Introducing QuickVu Wireless Backup Camera System for any vehicle. The camera is powered by two long lasting 'AA' batteries which makes it truly wireless and avoids the necessity of connecting into the car's electrical system. Our unique low power design enables a camera battery life of several months or up to 1 year under optimal conditions and usage. Batteries can then be changed for continued use. The camera remains normally off to preserve power. Operation is simple: Push 'A' button on monitor control box to view image from the camera. The camera turns off automatically after 30 seconds. To optimize the camera's performance, you can select any one of three transmission channels. This can help reduce or avoid interference from other sources transmitting at 2.4GHz. If 30 seconds is too short, you can program a longer 'on' duration of 45 or 60 seconds. Or, if you prefer to extend battery life and don't need as much 'on' time, you can program a 15 second 'on' duration. Attach camera to rear license plate with existing screws. 2. Secure monitor and control box on dash with hook-and-loop tape. 3. Plug monitor cables into control box and power cable into cigarette lighter socket 4. Adjust control box position and/or channel for optimal reception DONE! Specifications Camera: Minimum illumination: 3 LUX View Angle: Diagonal: 158° Horizontal: 127° Vertical 105° Resolution: 380 lines Power supply: 3V (Two 1.5v 'AA' batteries – lithium primary preferred) Wireless communication: 2.4GHz ISM band* Operating Temp.: -20°C-60°C Monitor Module: Supply voltage: 12v Video output: 1.0Vp-p composite video, 75 ohm load (standard NTSC) Monitor supply voltage: 5V (switched) Wireless communication: 2.4GHz ISM band* Operating Temp.: -20°C-60°C * NOTE: Any wireless device that operates on 2.4 GHz (like Bluetooth or in-car internet) can interfere with the reception quality of a wireless backup camera. Operating temperature -20 to 60 deg. C

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