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Old 08-18-2013, 06:15 AM   #1
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Voyager Wireless Camera

Review for Colorado Trip:
Voyager WVOS511 Digital Wireless Observation System featuring WiSight Technology, Includes AOM562 5.6" LCD Color Monitor and VCMS10B Super CMOS Camera

We took off from DFW Area and towed 5th Wheel and Jeep JKU Sahara to Woodland Park, Colorado. No issues with the wireless Voyager camera and it only lost signal for a few seconds in certain areas (Total 4-5 times that I noticed), but the signal/picture came right back and the clarity is very good. It did haze up during rain storms (we cam through an hour of red cell driving barely able to see and flooding road ways) but cleared up after the rain lightened up, I was actually impressed by how clean the camera glass remained the whole trip.

Anyway I read several bad reviews, but wanted to add mine as a good note...I wired the camera directly into my 12V RV batteries and it stayed on all the time until I camped and I unwired it and then of course I wired it back in prior to the trip back home...I actually forgot about it when I got to Colorado and left it on for three days and I had hoped it wouldn't affect it, and it didn't...worked a charm for me...

Length from Camera to Monitor was 50ft, but I did mount the camera where the antenna protrudes above the roof of my 5th wheel and stood the antenna up straight to give it the best chance of good reception...


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Old 08-18-2013, 08:06 AM   #2
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Nice set up, gonna check in to that wireless system right now
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