This high powered 250 mA video transmitter uses the 900 MHz AM frequency to provide excellent penetration and 'bounce' to get around or through obstructions. Note: This is the transmitter only. Requires AVX900R2 receiver.
How many actual watts or miliwatts
does this xmitter transmit with the supplied rubber duct antenna?
by Al Holloway4 months ago
250mW Output Power
by Norman Ragland3 months ago
With a Xmitter and matching Rcvr, what kind of range could we expect to get?
by Wayne Miles1 years and 1 months ago ago
900mhz 250mW. Depends on antennas you can expect more range. This transmitter will transmit over 3000 ft. line of sight.
by James Kingham (Supercircuits)1 years and 1 months ago ago
Leasing out just under 1800 acres for hunting. It's family land and has been raided by hunters, thieves, for decades. Ginseng ferns etc, hanging by a thread. Need several cams which can operate on batteries or ideally solar rechargeable (installed in or near treetops). The bigger trick is broadcasting that video signal up to 2 miles to my home where a DVR or program receives it. Probably push several TB to offsite server. (I would write or buy program to push/upload/manage) THX!
by Joe1 years and 5 months ago ago
The best solution for this would be something our 940-GSM. This would allow you to take video and pictures and store it right at the camera.
by Mindi Partin (Supercircuits)1 years and 3 months ago ago
Hi, i am confused about the product, what is the power about the transmitter?
by Jerry1 years and 9 months ago ago
The AVX900T7 is a transmitter designed to send a video signal wirelessly to a receiver which is sold separately (part number AVX900R2). The transmitter requires 12 Vdc power to operate; it does not transmit power wirelessly, only a video signal. The term "high power" in the product description refers to the unit's strong signal strength capability.
by Jay Dowd (Supercircuits)1 years and 9 months ago ago
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