Rimax 50R Wireless B/W Security CCTV Monitor
Black & White monitor with built-in signal receiver for the range of Rimax security cameras. Also works with colour cameras when it will show a crisp Black & White image. Up to 4 cameras can be supported on one monitor, with automated scroll.
Key features and benefits
2.4 GHz eliminates interference for quality superior to other wireless devices
Frequency Modulation (FM) ensures great picture and sound quality
Monitor can be hooked up to a VCR for recording
Video on monitor can be turned off for audio monitoring only
Automatic switching between different cameras (up to 4 mixed Rimax 30T, 34T, 40Tor 47T)
Battery operable for portability
4 selectable channels
Range approximately 300 feet clear line of sight
Circular-Polarized directional antennas provide maximum signal quality over longer distance
Frequency - 2.4 ~ 2.4835 GHz
Range - 300 feet (100 meters) clear line of sight
Antennas - Directional circular-polarized antennas
Channel - 4 selectable channels
A/V mod/demod. method - FM
Sound Max. Output - 800mW
Hor. Pull-In + - / 200Hz / 200Hz
Hor. Hold +- / 400Hz / 400Hz
Vert. Range - 6Hz
Linearity VH / 15% / 25%
Scan Redisplay Rate VH /90%/90%
Resolution at Center VH / 350 lines / 300 lines
Luminance Max - 80 cd/m2
Current Consumption - 900mA
Monitor Screen - 5.5"
Video - Composite video input and output
Audio - Stereo audio input and output
Power - DC 13.5V, 900 mA or 10 C-size batteries
Dimensions - 15 x 19 x 17 cm (5.9x 7.5 x 6.7 in)
Weight - 1400 g (49.4 ounces)
Operating temperature - 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. If I purchase a Rimax 50R and a Rimax 34T camera will I need any other equipment to set up a security system for my home?
No you won't need to purchase any more equipment. Everything you need is built into the camera and monitor.
Q. Is it possible to have two monitors receiving the same signal from one camera?
Yes it is. Simpy set both monitors and the camera to the same channel using the switches on the rear of the units.
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