Sleek design with built-in directional antenna and manual channel switcher.
Also available in standard
RCA video outputs
Connecting a camera to the transmitter:
1. Connect the yellow RCA cable to the video out of the camera and connect the
other end to the yellow video in plug on the transmitter.
2. If audio is used, connect the white RCA cable to the audio for the camera
and the other end to the white audio in plug on the transmitter.
3. Next connect the 6V power supply to the black power plug on the transmitter.
(Make sure to only use a 6v power supply on the transmitter)
After the camera is connected, set up the Receiver.
1. Connect the receiver to the 12v power supply. This is the black box with
a white arrow on it. On the side, turn the power switch to on. (LED Indicator
should be on)
2. Connect the receiver video output to your recording device. This is done
by, connecting the included RCA patch cord between the yellow connector on the
front of the receiver and a video input on the recording device.
3. At this time you should be able to see the video images from the camera.
4. The camera system has a 2000ft line of sight range. If the signal is not
clear, move the receiver to see if the reception improves. The receiver has
an Arrow on it and should be pointed in the general direction of
the camera for best performance.
To set your VCR Video Input.
1. After turning on your VCR, Connect it to the TV using Coax or RCA type cables.
2. Then connect a cable between the VCR TV Out and the TV Antenna Input.
3. Turn on your TV and set it to channel 3.
4. Play any movie on your VCR to check and make sure your VCR is connected correctly.
5. Using the VCRs remote, go to AU(Auxiliary Input) mode or
Line In mode usually found below channel 2. Other VCRs can
get to AU mode by pressing the Input button on the remote.
Use in extremely damp environments may decrease the effectiveness of the camera
system and damage the unit.