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Wireless Digital Audio Video Transmitter, Receiver Kit

Products/Security & Protection /Police & Military Supplies/Model no.: CTX-01Product keywords: Wireless solution, wireless transmission, transceiverPlace of origin: TaiwanBrand Name: n/aPrice Terms: USDMinimum Orders: 0Payment Terms: T/T advanceProduct description: This RX/TX set is compatible with any sources with AV outputs such as satellite receiver, CATV box, surveillance camera, VCD, DVD, DVR, CCD camera, IPTV, Personal computer, satellite STB, digital TV STB, Blue-ray players, Gaming console, HD network media player and other similar devices. http://www.cleverintelligenceunity.tw/style/frame/templates15/product_detail.asp?lang=2&customer_id=2635&name_id=127923&content_set=color_3&Directory_ID=69230&id=377528 Features: High security, 2.4GHz digital encrypted technology Strong anti-interference capability Ultra long transmission distance, 500m in straight open space The fastest transmission speed can reach to 25 (720x480) images per second. Crystal clear video resolution with high frame-per-second rate.( Maximum 25 frames at D1 resolution ( 720 x 480 ) Support video transmission of PAL/NTSC system. High-gain antenna Easy to use, no software required Durable housing Ultra small size 65.5 x 35.9 x 42mm (without antenna)

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Address:12F., No.63, Ln. 85, Sec. 1, Xingnan Rd., Zhonghe Dist., New Taipei City 235, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
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