Wireless video just got a lot easier with the XCam2, a video camera that can transmit LIVE COLOR video up to 100 feet. The XCam2 integrates a COLOR analog video camera and 2.4 GHz transmitter into a single device that can be installed and operated by anyone. You can even add multiple cameras and scan between them like changing channels on your TV! Add as many cameras as you up to 16!
Sets up in only 5 minutes! Easy to Use!
Because the camera is wireless, simply place a camera in any area you want to watch over and plug the Video Receiver into your TV! The signal is automatically sent to your TV (or VCR if you want to record the action).
Here's How the XCam2 Works!
The secret behind the amazing XCam2 is its highly integrated design. The tiny camera unit contains everything you need to produce a color video broadcast in one palm-sized package that easily installs anywhere you want!
Just plug the XCam2 in and it begins transmitting live video! No switches or confusing controls to worry about -- simply adjust the swivel-neck lens to the proper angle for your needs. We've even pre-focused the lens for you!
The Powerful 2.4GHz transmitter broadcasts a wireless video signal to the Video Receiver unit which easily attaches to any video device using the included RCA jacks. Enjoy crisp clear video -- up to 100 feet away, with the simple to use and easy to install XCam2!
|About the Robotic Camera Mount
The robotic Ninja Pan & Tilt Camera Mount gives you the power of four cameras in one – making it the ultimate accessory for your XCam2 Video Camera! The Ninja Pan & Tilt allows you to sweep your XCam2 video camera left, right, up and down - featuring 240-degree views and up to four preset positions. You can even remotely position the camera to view whatever you want with the included ScanPad Remote.
|About the Video Receiver
A Video Receiver is a necessary component of X10’s Wireless Camera Systems. With a Video Receiver, you can receive video signals from up to 16 wireless cameras and display them (one at a time) on your TV screen. Alternatively, you can connect a Video Receiver to a VCR to record the video signals or to a PC for computer- or web-based surveillance (USB Video Capture Adapter and Software required).