Hyndsight Vision Systems Announces New Portable and Sunlight Readable Vision System for Real-time Video Streaming
FREMONT, CA: Hyndsight Vision Systems, a developer of wireless camera and monitor systems, launches a new portable, wireless rear view vision system to help prevent collisions and provide safety monitoring in various industries.
The new system comprise of a custom designed wire-free camera and monitor with a sunlight readable screen, antenna set, and two mounts in a hard shell case. Designed rugged and weather resistant, it provides real-time video stream through a direct wireless connection from camera to monitor. It offers three different camera options with different lens angles for use in any environment. With direct line of sight, the system can project a clear image that can transmit up to one-third of a mile.
The wireless rear view vision system reduces costly installation fees and time as it need not to be hard-wired for power and antenna connections and so can be mounted anywhere within seconds. Without the hassle of wires, the system has the ability to pair-up to four cameras per monitor. It can be easily transferred for multiple applications that require clear rear view visualization including: back-up system on a car or RV, rowing shells, motor or sail boats, horse trailers and stable security, tractor trailers and agricultural machinery and home and car security.
The portability, sunlight readability, ruggedness, and wire free solution give users greater flexibility in using the new camera and monitor system. As it can be placed anywhere, the system reduces chances of obstructed vision that prevents cause of injury or death incidents in various industries.
“So many so-called “wireless” rear vision systems leave consumers disappointed because most of these systems need to be hard-wired for power and antenna connections which can be time consuming and result in costly installation fees on top of the cost of the unit. This breakthrough system offers a high quality construction, monitor and three different camera options with absolutely no wire instillation,” says Melissa Thompson, CEO, Hyndsight.
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