The Wireless Camera Detector is used to detect
and lock on to video transmissions from wireless
surveillance cameras. This camera detector will scan an area, and once it
encounters a video signal, it will let you see the video transmission on its 2.5
inch color display. This helps you find hidden
cameras that may be operating in your home or office without
In addition to the video camera detector's ability
to capture video signals, it can also capture audio
signals that may accompany a video signal, or a solo audio
signal from a bug or hidden
The Wireless Camera Detector is able
to indicate what frequency the video signal is transmitting on, such as a 2.4
GHz video transmitter, or a 900 MHz video transmitter. This frequency is
displayed in the LCD window so you know for sure that what you are receiving is
in fact, a video signal. The camera detection process (to determine if
there is a wireless video camera in operation) takes less than 5 seconds. Once
the Wireless Video Camera Detector locks on to a video signal, or an audio
signal, it then warns you of its discovery.
Full Range Frequency
Scanning from 900MHz ~ 2.52GHz
Video and Audio Verification
LCD Display Shows Frequency and User Setting Details
Full Range Video Protocol auto-switching for PAL / NTSC, CCIR /
Power: AA batteries or optional AC
Battery: LCD Indicator of battery
Antenna: LCD Sensitivity Read Out
/ Off Audio Alarm Feature
Alert Tuner: Tuning Gear for sensitivity
Scanning mode: Automatic and Manual Modes
Q: How accurate is the Video Camera Detector?
A: The Wireless Camera Detector is precise in its
operation, with no false testing. That means that once a signal is discovered,
it will be viewable on its display to prove it has found a covert transmission.
Q: Why would someone use a Wireless Camera
A: If you suspect someone is watching you, at your
home or your office, you would want to know. That way you
may keep your privacy.
Q: How close to a wireless camera does the
detector have be in order to lock onto a video signal?
A: The general rule is line of sight within a 12 -
48 foot area. If you are in a room in a home, or the lobby of a hotel, or a
cubicle in an office, or in most indoor environments, you would need to be
somewhat close by in order to detect the
Q: Does the Video Camera
Detector work outside?
A: Yes, it does. It works anywhere that a video
camera can transmit a video signal. When this takes place outside of a house or
building, the line of sight rule may increase, and in order to lock onto the
video signal, the rule that the camera and its video transmitter may be further
away than the 12 - 48 foot area. Therefore, when conducting a search, it would
be prudent to search beyond that distance in the event that a long range camera
is being used from far away (further than 48 feet).
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