Fitting wireless reversing camera

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  1. Munchie

    Munchie Funster Life Member

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    Hi I have a wired system in the m/home but picture keeps breaking down. Thinking of buying a wireless system...Indic8tor I see there are still wires to run. Anyone tell me where and how to run them. Any views on the system would also be welcome. Thanks. :Smile:
     
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    Hi Ken

    personally I'd stay clear of wireless cameras, too many bad reports about interference .. and you still need to run 12vdc for the camera so it's the same work as running a hard wired system and hard wired will always be better than wireless..

    I ran my cable along the chassis rail and up into the bedroom, through the cupboard to the camera.. dirty job but not difficult ..

    Jim
     
  3. oldun

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    I fully agree with the previous post.
     
  4. Boo

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    you will find it hard to find a wireless system that garentees over 2.5mtrs dude..................I looked into it a few months ago.

    I'm now looking at putting a hard wired system in :thumb:

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  5. simong

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    If your not willing to pay silly money(£800+) for a top of the range system, then I wouldn't bother going wireless for a MH, too many electrical items in the way for the relatively weak signal to over come, there is systems that will do it, for like massive dumper trucks, but like I say silly money:Doh:
     
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