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Brad Kilby

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My MH already has a 2 camera system (rear and side) but I'd like to add a secondary system for my trailer when traveling.  The combo is approx 63' long and I'd much rather use a wireless system than a wired system.  Does anyone have a source for such a camera system?  Any help would be appreciated.  Btw, I've already tried the search function with no  good results.  :)
 

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Here's one: http://www.homespy.com/RVMC-2K.htm (scroll down to the end of the page)

A Google search on "wireless camera rv" (without the quotes) will turn up some other sources.
 

Brad Kilby

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Thanks for the info!  I've Googled just about everything out there but I haven't seen that website yet.  I'll be calling them on Monday. 
 

Woody

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Let us know what you find out when you call them. Their ad on Google says the camera system has been reduced by about $95 but the sale price is not reflected on their website.
If the sale price is right I will probably order one from them too, depending on how difficult it is to install in the motorhome.

Woody
 

Brad Kilby

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I will let you know.  I didn't get a chance to call during the week but I did send an email.  They didn't respond.  I'll try calling them next week.
 

John From Detroit

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Though in your case I suspect Wrieless is the only way to go... I'm concerned with RF-Clutter, There are so many wireless things now days that collisions will soon begin start being a major issue (Collision in this case means more than one device on the same frequency and causing interference)

But for what you want to do, I think wirelessis really the only way to go

That said I"ve seen several home security systems that use standard 4-conductor cable and RJ-11 type connectors (Phone) to hook everything up,  These are fairly common and reliable and no reason you could not use one of them wired.
 

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