Lorex Wireless Camera Video Signal Transmitter
List Price: $113.06

Our Price: $55.99

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Product Description

LOREX WL401BNC Camera Converter Turns any wired CCTV camera with BNC connection into a 2.4 GHz wireless camera; 4-channel receiver allows for selecting optimum wireless signal strength; Avoids the hassle of running cables; Wireless video transmission through walls and ceiling , 300-ft open field; RCA Video out of receiver allows for connection to other devices Camera Converter

  • Turns any CCTV camera with a BNC connection into a 2.4GHz wireless camera
  • 4 Channel receiver allows for tuning the optimum signal strength
  • Eliminates the hassel of running cables
  • Up to 300 range
Customer Reviews:
  • Time for amazon to close out on this and get a good unit
    This fails unfortunately. There is so much interferance today in 2.4 ghz (phones, microwave ovens, bluetooth, 802.11b/g/etc except for a, and a whole host of remote controllers) that you can NOT get a good picture because of your own wireless network, your neighbor's alarm system, your other neighbor's cordless phone, etc. You might say it's OK to unplug your wireless hub to use it but you can't unplug your neighbor's wireless hub which is just as bad.

    What we NEED are transmitters outside of the 2.4 Ghz band. 5.8 Ghz might be an option, 900 Mhz is out due to the same problem with 2.4, but there are also lower power systems operating in clean bands like 1.2 Ghz and 300-400 mhz. Some of these are used for news gathering portable cameras to link back to the truck and then send live TV via microwave back to the station. It avoids unspooling 400 feet of cable through doors, having everyone step on it, etc. These units are not in this price range, but someone could design the equivalent concept and people who need a wireless short range video link would buy it.

    This, however, went back. Mine also died the first day after depressing noisy operation. AVOID it at all costs.
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  • Not worth it
    I purchased this item understanding that there might be interference with wireless networks, phones, etc, but I thought I would give it a try. It did work when connected and transmitted about 150' away with slight static, but after five minutes of use the transmitter got very hot and started to smell like it was burning. After that the transmitter went dead and now no longer works.
    Nice idea but a cheaply built product....more info