The REVO 600 TVL RJ-12 Wireless Dome Camera makes a great addition to any REVO Quickconnect system. Representing the latest generation of REVO;s wireless cameras, the Dome features in-picture signal indicator, notifying you of the signal strength at every camera. Wireless cameras are easy to place, especially where cables become hard to reach. At 600 TVL, you enjoy excellent video quality and detail. With its powerful 30 IR LEDs, the Dome illuminates up to 80' in total darkness. Designed for indoor use, the Dome boasts a durable yet lightweight polymer construction and looks great mounted anywhere on ceilings. The Dome leaves no cables exposed when installed courtesy of its cable-thru design. The Dome features a built in microphone so you can listen in on the situation. The Dome covers a wide area with its wide angle lens and is easy to position, even when installed, with its gimbal mount. REVO is happy to offer each Dome with 12' of REVO Quickconnect (RJ-12) cable for enhanced range.
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Does this wireless cam work with all revo dvr's? I have an older one purchased in sam's club.
Question by: freddie on Sep 9, 2015 12:00:00 AM
"The Rcwds30-1 wireless camera will work with any of the following model Dvr's :
R4DVR3 AND 4
R8DVR2,3 AND 4
R16DVR2,3,4, AND 5
ALL REVO LITE DVR MODELS."
Answer by: Revo Support (Admin) on Sep 10, 2015 12:00:00 AM
HI,CAN I INSTALL THIS UNIT INTO ELEVATOR,IS 6th FLOOR BUILDING AND THE DVR WAS INSTALLED IN THE BASEMENT. I INSTALLED ONE BULLIT WIRELESS, BUT ONly WORK UPTO 1st FLOOR,THA ,DO YOU HAVE A RANGE EXTENDER ANTENNA. IF YES LET ME KNOW AND HOW MUCH COST.THANK
Question by: ALEJO on Jun 22, 2015 12:00:00 AM
Hello, We don't carry a range extender, but you may try the dlink range extenders for wireless cameras.
Answer by: Revo Support (Admin) on Jun 22, 2015 12:00:00 AM
Can this camera be used with other IP NVRs? I have a Laview NVR and would like to add 2 wireless cameras to monitor my garage. I'm hoping to find a camera that sends it's wireless signal to a receiver that can be plugged in to an Ethernet port on my NVR.
Question by: Brian on Oct 30, 2016 12:10:42 PM
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