Frequently Asked Questions About Transmitter & Receiver Systems.
Q: Do I need a
FCC license to use your high power systems?
A: Due to the high output
of some of our transmitter systems you should consult with www.fcc.gov
for ARS licensing information. We are not responsible for illegal
use, concealment, or resale of any product purchased form our
company. All models that transmit over 700 feet require a
disclaimer to be be filled out by the purchaser before purchasing.
Q: Can I connect more the one camera to the transmitter?
A: NO, You can only connect one
camera to a transmitter. How ever you can connect multiple cameras
to a quad
processor and then connect the single output from the quad
processor to the transmitter input effectively connecting
four cameras to one transmitter.
Q: How far can
these wireless transmitters go?
A: It depends on the unit that
you select and the environment that your going to use it in.
Most wireless systems are rated in feet using line of sigh as a
reference. We have systems that will go as little as 700 feet up to
Q: What does line of sight mean?
A: Line of sight means just that
"Line of sight"... Two points without any obstacles
between them like walls, buildings, trees, or things of that nature.
Point "A" being the Transmitter and point "B"
being the receiver. Objects like brick, wood and Sheet rock and
things of that nature have little impact on the wireless signal.
Metallic objects like Sheet metal, Aluminum siding and things of
that nature will reflect the wireless signal decreasing the performance.