4. Specifications
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Technical Specifications:
Frequency
SM 2400 ~ 2483 MHz 4CH *
Channels
CH1 = 2414 MHz
CH2 = 2432 MHz
CH3 = 2450 MHz
CH4 = 2468 MHz
Product Information
Specification Sheets
Transmission Power
10mW CE, 2mW FCC
User Manuals
Software Upgrades
Modulation Mode
FM
Quick Start Guides
Firmware Upgrades
Bandwidth
18 MHz
Current Consumption
50mA (MAX)
Operating Temperature
14°F ~ 122°F
-10°C ~ 50°C
Storage Temperature
-22°F ~ 140°F
-40°C ~ 85°C
Wireless Range
Up to 330 ft. (100 m) **
Wired to Wireless
Camera Converter
Model WL410BNC
* 4 Available channels for optimal signal.
** Maximum open space transmission range. Actual range dependent upon
building materials and other obstructions in path of wireless signal.
The Wireless Converter utilizes a BNC Male type of connector. Additional
accessories need to be purchased if your camera doesnot have a BNC
Female lead.
Dimensions:
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Quick Set-up Guide
Wireless Disclaimer
This product broadcasts over public airways and its video and audio
signals may be intercepted without your consent.
1. Confirm Package Contents
1 x BNC to 2.4 GHz
Wireless
Converter
1 x 4 Channel 2.4
GHz Wireless
Receiver
1 x AV Cable
1 x MiniPower Cable
1 x 12V DC Power
Adapter
Features:
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Turns any Wired CCTV camera into a 2.4 GHz
Wireless Camera
Avoids the hassle of running cables
Wireless video transmission through walls and ceilings
Standard BNC Video connection to transmitter
converter
Crystal clear 300 ft. wireless transmission (open
space)*
4 channels available for selecting clearest reception
Can be connected to LOREX 6 Pin DIN cameras in
conjunction with the ACC1510 coupler
* Maximum open space transmission range. Actual range dependent upon
building materials and other obstructions in path of wireless signal
2. Transmitter & Receiver Setup
3. Viewing the Camera
1. Set up the Transmitter:
3. Viewing the Camera
A: Connect the Converter to a BNC Camera at the
BNC Socket.
B: Connect the mini power cable from the
Cameras’ Power Input to one of the
Converters’ Power Jacks.
C: Connect the Camera’s Power cable to the
other Power jack on the Converter, and
connect to a wall outlet.
A: Set the Receiver power to ON. By default, the
Receiver will go to CHANNEL 1 (CH1)
B: Set the Transmitter to CH1.
C: Set the Monitor / TV to Video Mode - See your
specific MONOTOR / TV Manual for further
information.
YOU SHOULD NOW SEE LIVE
VIDEO ONSCREEN!
IMPORTANT:
You may find some static on the picture at a
selected channel setting.
2. Set up the Wireless Receiver:
A: Ensure the Antenna is securely connected to
the Receiver.
B: Connect the 12V power adapter to the Wireless
Receiver (make sure the receiver is OFF).
Plug the Adapter into a wall outlet.
C: Connect the Wireless Receiver to a Monitor/TV
using the supplied AV Cable:
For optimum viewing reception, you may need to
change the channels on BOTH the Transmitter
and Receiver (between CH1-CH4). BOTH the
Transmitter and Receiver must be set to a
matching channel.
•Connect the Yellow/Red plugs on one end of the
AV Cable to the VIDEO/AUDIO ports on the
Receiver.
•Connect the Yellow/Red plugs on the other end
of the AV Cable to the VIDEO/AUDIO ports on
the TV/Monitor.
If Static persists on your image, try adjusting the
Antenna on the Wireless Receiver and
Transmitter, or reposition the units.
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