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BW® 2.4G Wireless Color Video Transmitter and Receiver for The Vehicle Backup Camera/Front Car Camera

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  • Wireless RCA Video Transmitter & Receiver Kit for Car Rear View Camera
  • Wireless RCA Video receiver/transmitter; avoid complicated wiring, to be used with in-car monitor, head unit, DVD player and camera, etc.
  • Receiver/transmitter frequency: 2370MHZ
  • AV IN/OUT: PAL/NTSC composite video signal, RCA jack
  • Receiver/transmitter distance: 100M (in jam-free open areas)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.1 x 4.2 x 0.9 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB00ANYXY4W
Best Sellers Rank #6,059 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableDecember 14, 2012
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: BW

Product Description

Wireless receiver transmitter takes no trouble with running video cable.
Mainly used for wireless connection on light vehicles for video output to monitor, head unit, DVD player and camera, etc.
Parameter-Receiver/transmitter frequency: 2370MHZ;
Power output: 100MW;
Voltage: DC=12V;
Video IN/OUT: PAL/NTSC composite video signal;
Signal range: 100M (in jam-free open areas);
Working TEMP: -20°C- +80°C;
Receiver sensitivity: -85Dbm;
Working current: DC=12V 200mA;
GPS power out: DC=5V 1.5A;
AV OUT interface: RCA jack.
Package List:
1 x Wireless Receiver
1 x Wireless Transmitter

Customer Reviews

Easy installation, a lot easier than running wires all the way to the camera.
BSavi
I wired the transmitter up to power, lights on and still not able to send a video signal.
Gerald Fuchs
The picture quality is awesome and the device works well with the camera and the monitor.
Dgarl

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Joe on May 5, 2013
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This gadget saved me lots of time when installing my car's backup camera. Video is absolutely perfect. There is no difference to having it hard wired. I have a 2013 Santa Fe SUV and running a cable from the back hatch door would have meant removing part of the headliner as well as many panels. The transmitter and camera are powered from the reverse lights. I did have to remove the back hatch door panel to mount the backup camera. Using a cable tie I mounted the 2.4Ghz transmitter behind the hatch panel. I was able to find a reverse signal wire at my fuse box to power the receiver an 4.3 inch monitor that I mounted in an opening in my dashboard console. The rf receiver is mounted behind the dashboard. Initially I powered the receiver continuously and found that it gets very warm so I decided to only power it while reversing since that's the only time it is needed. This way there will not be any pick up of wireless cameras used in industrial buildings while driving around and will prevent overheating of the 2.4 Ghz receiver. Time will tell if it's along term solution. I've had it working for a month now. I'll post an update later this year.

UPDATE 7-7-14: So far so good and it has been about 1 year and three months in service. I've had no problems at all with my backup camera (Neewer backup camera also purchased on Amazon) and this 2.4GHz RF video link transceiver/receiver pair as well as the 4.3 inch LCD monitor bought also on Amazon. Don't hesitate!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 3, 2014
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TL;DR: Yahoo! BUY! Otherwise, let me entertain you...

Last year, I fenced my lot in, a 6 foot high fence you absolutely cannot see though. Our driveway goes between the fence and a small outbuilding onto the alleyway behind our home, resulting in a completely blind entry into the alleyway for us. To compound the problem, I have a large pickup and have to back out -- I really have *no* idea what's going on in the alleyway. And of course, there are some jokers who randomly fog up and down the alley at ludicrous speed. The problem was begging for a solution before my truck, which I really like, took a serious hit.

I already had a backup camera and 2-input monitor (one input unused) in the truck, so here's what I did:

I mounted two cameras on the side of the outbuilding, parallel to the alleyway, one pointed each way. I fed this to an inexpensive video combiner also purchased here at Amazon (VideoSecu Office Home Security Camera CCTV Color Surveillance Video Quad Splitter Processor 1EY), which I set to dual split mode, which forwards two cameras in one frame, with the two images stretched vertically, side by side. Which looks decent in a widescreen monitor, btw, although it is admittedly somewhat distorted. This, in turn, I fed into the product here, the 2.4 GHz transmitter, mounted at about head height on the inside of a wood wall immediately adjacent to my exit from the driveway.

Then I mounted the receiver in the truck, high up in the rear seat area of the cabin. I fed the received video to the previously unused input on the monitor, made sure power was coming from a circuit that was hot only when the ignition was on, and that completed the install.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jaime on January 25, 2014
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Like the poduct very much, but the receiver gets a little too hot for my liking, just wonder if it's ok and how long it would last running like that, otherwise I'd given it a 5 stars.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dc on November 6, 2013
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I have it installed by professional and it works just fine for the rear view only. Maybe I don't have two screen monitors. ... my installer told me it can't be done.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sam HK on September 8, 2014
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Bought this for car backup system. Was worried about the heating complains. But so far, I have not seen that. They heat up just a bit, but nothing that you can touch or hold. I think the heating issue could be due to the supplied voltages. I hooked up my transmitter to rear backup light and the receiver to the cigarette lighter. Transmitter is inside the rear hatch dash and receiver is under the driver-side kick panel. I taped them to metal parts so even if they heat up, it will quickly dissipate. Picture is good, some occasional streaks. There is no usable instructions though. If you have played around with electronics, that will help. This is in operation for couple of week without any problems. Waiting to see the winter test.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elbert Rivera on June 5, 2014
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I used this product and installed it on my 2012 Elantra. I installed the transmitter on the trunk lid behind the carpet/carboard pannel and installed the receiver behind trim piece next to the factory radio. I had no clue if I was even going to get a picture based on the location of the transmitter and receiver. I was amazed that the singnal came through very clear and without interruption. I thought for sure those small antenna's were not going to work well, but I was pleasantly suprised that they did. Good product, I purchased a second set for my RV. It has only been a few days and will update this review if anything changes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Logan on November 25, 2013
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Good thing one unit is marked "receiver" otherwise you could end up installing product twice. Once again not for the "casual" person, recommend buying and then paying a Pro to install if you aren't handy with electrical work. BTW, depending on your vehicle, this may not be the best way. For me, having a mini-van. running a video cable from the back to the front would have been messy and time consuming. This works well as I only had to disassemble a part of an area in the back and the front to mount the unit.s
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