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Miniature Wireless High Resolution CCTV Camera & Receiver 901D

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Product Information

  • High resolution, colour, CCD, wireless camera and receiver.
  • For Indoor use only
  • 3.6mm lens offering 59 degree view
  • Manual lens focus
  • Suitable for brightly lit conditions(1 lux)
  • CCD lens offering 420 TVL
  • Built in microphone
  • Receiver allows you to switch between cameras
  • Miniature camera: 36 x 36 x 26mm
  • Mains powered camera
  • Mains powered receiver
  • Connect to TV for instant monitoring
  • Please note, wireless PC networks can also use 2.4Ghz frequency and will interfere with wireless cameras unless their frequency is modified.
  • 1 Year guarantee
 

Questions & Answers

13/03/2013 Peter Bradley: So the camera is wireless to the receiver, but both have a mains supply plug to plug the adapter/charger in. How do I connect a monitor? Can I use a laptop? Or something cheaper used specifically for CCRV? Is this also wires, not just from the camera to the receiver, but from the receiver to the monitor/screen?? An answer would be greatly appreciated.

Gavin: The wireless receiver connects via AV cables to a monitor or a DVR unit for recording.

Thanks

08/01/2013 conrad: I need to use this camera in a nestbox. Is this suitable?

Gavin: Hi, what do you mean by nest box, a birds nest?

It is weather proof and wireless, but it still needs mains power. It still has to plug into a plug socket.

If you can source power then it will be fine.

Thanks

13/11/2012 peter C: if you have a wireless LAN in your house will this work?

Gavin: No, this camera is designed to connect to a wireless receiver, which will in turn need to connect to a DVR.

What you are referring to is an IP camera. But these will still need software running on a PC or server to work properly.

Please call me on 01484 481130 or email me directly at gavinwilson@iviewcameras to discuss further.

Regards

15/06/2012 andrea: Hi I want to use this camera in my kitchen and connect to my tv in the bedroom, whats the distance it will go between each? and if its ordered today on £4.95 del price will it be posted today?

Gavin: I would say about 30m when going through walls and doors in a normal house.

£9.95 is for delivery tomorrow, £4.95 for up to 4 working days later.

Regards

31/05/2012 Tony: will this product work on a 64 bit computer or laptop as most receivers will only work with 32 bit computers & laptops

Gavin: Hi, this receiver is designed to plug into a DVR (digital video recorder) unit, or straight into a monitor for live viewing. A PC will not be able to offer storage, only our DVR's.

Thanks

07/02/2011 Becky: can you buy more cameras for this or can you only use the one it comes with?

mark h: You can buy the extra cameras 901T, but we have found that its generally better to use 1 camera to 1 receiver as there is less interference and drop out

19/07/2010 tony: can this be run on a 9v battery with a 2.1 conecter or be used with a 12v battery&conecter

mark h: its unlikely, I don't think a battery will provide enough current to run it

26/11/2009 michelle: how do you power up the mini cam is it battery operated or mains?

mark h: Its mains operated and comes with a power adapter