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Old 02-26-2015, 12:14 PM   #15
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New DIGITAL wireless backup camera


If you're interested, my company provides a system like the one you're looking for that uses your iPhone for display. You can go to the website below for more info.

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Old 02-26-2015, 04:01 PM   #16
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DDRUCKER: I have the same questions at Anders79. I have an old Linksys WRT150N router. Will that work with your setup? Will the router transmit directly to the iPhone? You can see just how much I understand this stuff. I appreciate any advice you can give. Thanks

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Old 07-14-2015, 09:58 AM   #17
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Voyager WiFi Back Up Cam is Ichiban (#1)

The purpose of this post is to share how to install a WiFi backup cam without drilling any holes.

My Airstream is a 25 foot Flying Cloud FB (forward bunk) and so I have a very large rear window along with overhead cabinets where the starboard side cabinet has a convenient 12volt outlet.

I use two suction cups obtained from Camping World along with 3 small bungee cords to suspend the cam inside the trailer. The camera is not perfectly aimed dead astern but the 10 degree error is manageable.

Having this cam GREATLY aids driving. The ole adage “objects are closer than they appear” would be well advised but knowing when no one is behind you for a quick lane change is a HUGE advantage.

While I choose not to use it for precise backing (the depth perception is too deceptive), it is handy to avoid hitting objects like power poles, picnic tables and the like.

All in all, I highly recommend the Voyager WiFi system and am now in my second year of its use so its longevity of reliability is at least a year old despite the extreme heat of direct sun exposure.
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