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This WiFi backup camera features a strong WiFi network for up to 15 meters , which allowing you see camera pictures on your smartphones( both ISO and Android devices ).
You can scan QR code on manual or search “safetyeye” in APP store to download this free APP.
The built-in transmitter will generate a WiFi network starting with ” Sonix— “, which don’t need pre-existing WiFi or any connection.
The WiFi backup camera is operated by a rechargeable battery, that can run continually for about 4 to 6 hours on a full charge.
It features a powerful magnetic base, perfect for people with more than one vehicles and camera can be easily switched between cars.
Important note :
1. Due to its a battery operated camera, we don’t recommend to run it constantly.
2. The camera must be turn on / off manually, which means you have to get out of your vehicle to turn on the camera. If you can’t accept this drawback, please buy our other regular wireless backup camera system.
WiFi backup Camera dimension(mm):
Study shows more and more drivers install rear view cameras avoided backing over a stationary object when they weren’t looking.Backup accidents involving a small child inadvertently hurt or killed by a family member happen all too frequently. Install this WiFi backup camera system to get better rear view visibility and help you save money,and lives too.
- Image sensor :CCD
- TV line :480TV lines
- TV System :PAL/NTSC
- Waterproof rating :IP68
- Lens :2.5mm
- Min illumination :0Lux (LED ON)
- IR led :6pcs
- Viewing angle :120°
- Power voltage :DC12V
- Operation Temp. :-20℃~+70℃
- White Balance :Auto
In The Box
- WiFi magnetic backup camera
- installation kit
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Can this WiFi backup camera system install on my vehicle ?
The wireless magnetic battery operated backup camera system is perfect for trailer hitching and also a good solution for people with more than one vehicles and camera can be easily switched between cars.
2. What is the wireless range ?
It offers a WiFi range up to 15 meters.
3. Is this wireless camera waterproof ?
Yes, it is completely waterproof with a IP68 rating.
4. How long does the battery last ?
About 4 to 6 hours on a full charge.
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14 Things You Need To Know About Wireless Backup Camera Systems
1. What are wireless backup cameras exactly? Technically speaking?
If you should look at the wireless backup camera from a technical point of view, then it is simply a camera with a transmitter circuit, which takes the visual information that the camera’s lens is picking up, and modulates it into radio waves.
These waves can then travel for a certain distance, before getting picked up by a receiver.
A receiver is equally any electronic device that can pickup the information being broadcast by the transmitting device.
A receiver is simply made up of a resonant circuit, whose resonant frequency must be set to that of the transmitter.
The information is picked up, amplified, and then turned back into video data.
When this video data is viewed using the vehicle’s on-board monitor, we then see the video from the backup camera.
2. How Wireless backup Cameras Transmit?
Waves can be modulated at any time, either intelligently or not.
In order to successfully transmit useful video data, the wireless backup camera device will have to adhere to certain industry standards.
Such standards include video encoding formats such as VGA, PAL or SECAM.
Other standards to be followed are those which deal with wireless protocols.
These are for example Frequency Modulation and Amplitude Modulation, as well as WiFi protocols like the IEEE 802.11b or IEEE 802.11g.
It is only by making use of these protocols and formats during transmission, that another device can be said to be compatible with the transmitter.
There are also frequency bands that have been designated for such applications, like 900Mhz and 2.4Ghz.
There are video resolutions like 720p (HD), 1080p (Full HD) and 1440p (Quad HD) as well.
So long as a wireless backup camera works and transmits data based on these standards and protocols, any other standards-compliant monitor will be able to capture and display the video feed.
3. Types of Wireless Backup Camera Systems
There are two types of wireless backup camera systems. They are the analog and the digital wireless backup camera system.
Analog systems are an older form of electronics, which simply have a continuously variable signal.
This signal is then encoded and used to modulate the airwaves, and therefore gets transmitted thereby.
This is in contrast to digital systems, which either have a positive or a negative bit.
Analog transmitters have been used successfully for a long while, but they have their limitations.
These include their inability to successfully transmit data as far away as digital transmitters.
Due to the design of analog transmission systems and the standards that analog electronic systems have to comply with, there are also resolution and video quality limitations to be found in wireless analog transmissions.
Furthermore, analog systems are more prone to signal interference than digital systems.
This is because an analog signal is a continuous wave at a given frequency, that is modulated with data, while a digital system is made up of individual pulses, with each pulse representing a bit.
The bit-pulses of a digital backup camera are easier to recognize than the fine modulations of an analog system.
This makes analog transmissions less far reaching than a digital transmission.
4. The Wireless Range
Wireless backup camera systems typically have a range of about 100 feet.
This range is enough for most applications, considering that the majority of vehicles and trailers do not exceed 40 feet.
The best positioning of a wireless transmitter and the receiver, is in a clear line-of-sight arrangement.
If you experience a weak signal reception for any reason, then you should check to see that there are not too many factors limiting the transmitter’s range.
The possible culprits include reflections, scattering, attenuation, diffractions and refractions.
In order to improve the range or signal quality, you have to make sure that there are as little reflective surfaces as possible, which may block the receiver’s clear line-of-sight of the transmitter.
You also have to check for irregular surfaces, which may cause the signal to scatter.
The third signal strength limiter is diffraction, which occurs as a result of the signal changing direction as it passes through glass.
Attenuation is caused by a weakening of the signal strength as it passes through a material object, so make sure that there are as little solid surfaces as possible, blocking the receiver from the transmitter.
5. Signal Quality and Interference
There is no huge, noticeable difference between the signal qualities of a wireless backup camera system, and that of a wired system.
All things being equal, both systems will display equally good images, with the wireless system being prone to occasional interference. This top rated digital wireless backup camera system won’t have these issue.
6. Ease of Installation
The beauty of wireless backup cameras lies in their ease of installation.
Wired cameras can sometimes be a challenge to install. Depending on the type of vehicle, you may need to run wires either underneath or inside the vehicle.
From pickup-trucks to recreational vehicles and other trailers, there is no single or universal method of installing a wired backup camera.
This makes every new installation a potential uphill-task.
With a wireless backup camera, there is no need to run wires.
In fact, installation is as simple as fixing the camera behind the vehicle, and then turning on the wireless receiver, and that’s it.
Different vehicles have different power-lines in different locations, you just have to find out what your vehicles offers, and make the best out of it.
7. Video Resolution and Picture Quality
Resolution refers to the amount of pixels both picked up by the camera, as well as displayed by the monitor.
This determines how crispy clear the image will appear, as well as how much information can be picked up easily from the monitor.
The resolution begins with the camera’s sensor. If the sensor cannot deliver high resolution images, then the rest of the system will suffer.
The transmitter module, the receiver and the display module must also be able to individually handle the current video resolution level.
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