Voyager WVOS541 four Camera Enabled Digital Wireless Observation System with 5.6″ color LCD monitor, connect up to 4 wireless cameras and 1 wired camera, build-in microphone, 960 x 234 Resolution

Voyager WVOS541 Four Camera Enabled Digital Wireless Observation System – The best-selling and performing digital wireless observation system by Voyager® has broken the mold once again with the WVOS541. ASA Electronics has developed new features to allow pairing of up to four wireless cameras using WiSight® technology. The only system trusted to work at freeway speeds, this kit is versatile for drivers of any large trailer vehicles. Diagonal Screen Size (Inches): 5.6, Resolution: 960 x 234, Brightness (cd/m2): 500 nit, Contrast Ratio: 250:1. Kit includes: 5.6″ color LCD monitor, CMOS digital wireless observation camera with auto-pairing technology, suction cup monitor mount, 12V DC cigarette plugEasy installation, fits most applications. Capable of connecting up to four wireless cameras. Additional hard wired camera input available. Camera connects to rear lights or other 12V DC power source. Strong signal transmits through and around objects. Integrated audio microphone.

Product Features

  • Easy installation, fits most applications
  • Capable of connecting up to four wireless cameras, Additional hard wired camera input available
  • Camera connects to rear lights or other 12V DC power source
  • Strong signal transmits through and around objects, Integrated audio microphone
  • Kit includes: 5.6″ color LCD monitor, CMOS digital wireless observation camera with auto-pairing technology, suction cup monitor mount, 12V DC cigarette plug

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One Response to Voyager WVOS541 four Camera Enabled Digital Wireless Observation System with 5.6″ color LCD monitor, connect up to 4 wireless cameras and 1 wired camera, build-in microphone, 960 x 234 Resolution

  1. Duke of Earle says:

    Great product with superb customer support. I drive a 24-foot class C motor home, often pulling a small towed car. One of more uncomfortable maneuvers I make in that configuration is a lane change in fairly heavy traffic, often at freeway speeds. With just my side mirrors (the back of the motor home is closed — no window), I’m never really sure if I have sufficient clearance to move over one lane in traffic. With this system, the camera mounted on the roof at the back of the motor home, I can see clearly at a glance if I have enough…