DVREye Wireless Multi-Sensor Surveillance System
|DVREye Wireless RF System combines
our DVREye with our powerful PixController wireless receiver unit.
The above photo shows the interior of the Wireless RF system without the
12V battery and Neuros DVR unit, however, these items are included in the
This DVREye Wireless Sensor System video recording system works in conjunction
with the Wireless PIR motion sensor. The Wireless PIR motion sensor will transmit
a wireless command signal to the DVREye Wireless Sensor System when an
event is detected. Multiple Wireless PIR motion sensors can control one or more
DVREye Wireless Sensor System from a distance of 70 feet or greater depending
on the terrain and obstructions. Since the DVREye Wireless Sensor System
is triggered by a wireless digital signal sensor signals can be passed through
obstructions such as walls making this a very powerful remote security system.
By removing the PIR motion sensor from within the recording device this will
allow for more covert, larger PIR area of detection using several wireless motion
sensor, and allow several different types of recording devices used in one setup.
You can also increase your sensing area by using multiple Wireless PIR sensors
to trigger the camera.
This small wireless PIR motion sensor sends a digital RF signal back to the
camera unit for triggering recording. The recording unit "listens"
for wireless commands sent from the wireless PIR motion sensor when the motion
sensor is tripped. When the recording unit receives a trigger event it will
trigger the attached camera system to take a photo or record video.
The wireless RF motion sensor is powered by two small AAA batteries. These
batteries will which will last for a year of continuous use. Since the sensor
is on all of the time these batteries should be removed for storage.
There are (8) different digital addresses the wireless RF motion sensor can
be programmed to send (addresses A H). By changing the address this gives
the user the ability to configure several sensors or recording units within
range of each other to respond for a given setup.
Typical Field Setup
A typical video trail/game camera setup is shown below. This system is using
multiple RF Wireless PIR motion sensor to cover a wide sensing area. If any
of the wireless motion sensors are triggered they will send a wireless command
back to the DVREye Wireless RF System to start recording. The DVREye
Wireless RF System can be configured to record as long a motion is present or
for a defined amount of recording time. Since the sensors are mounted remotely
your DVREye Wireless RF System can be hidden or placed in an elevated