I often write about camera’s, as I look for the best setup. Camera’s help with towing trailers and can be important like good mirrors. They make hooking up trailers easier, show you blind spots, and keep an eye on what’s going on inside your trailer with your prize bull or mare in foal. A popular option on new trucks as back up cameras. Until now the best out there for horse trailers were the corded cameras. Corded cameras have two connections for each camera, a hot wire and camera feed. So for each camera you have to twist together two connections, 8 cameras, 16 connections and they don’t twist together well in the cold, ice or rain.
Everyone wants wireless camera’s because of the convenience, but we all want a good picture. That was the tough part until now. Trailer Eyes wireless camera system went with a different wireless signal frequency and uses outside antenna’s on both ends. 5.8 GHz is part of the magic with less interference than the more common 2.4 GHz., with 8 channel frequencies for 8 camera’s to one 7″ color monitor. Second part of the magic is antenna’s from the monitor and an antenna with the camera for a 1200 ft range.
Each adjustable antenna has a steel connection, with 16 ft cable so you can put the antenna where it will do some good. Antenna’s has a magnet base or bolt on, making them easy to move from truck tailgate for backing to your trailer, to your trailer for watching horses ride, to barn to watch foal, to back yard for intruders, and to your house while you’re gone to see the teenagers don’t have too much fun.
Optional wireless video grabber, for recording off the camera to your computer so you can record important events from your camera like the next Secretariat foaling while your grandkids watch.
Trailer Eyes founder is an endurance rider for real life field testing of his camera system. The system is a quality build, weather proof camera’s for wide angle or narrow, automatic infrared for night vision. You can still have some interference or lines in the monitor view from truck engine, wind or a blizzard, but less than the other wireless camera’s I’ve tried.
Three power choices, 12volt, 110, or 9v battery for backing up to a trailer or for positioning cameras, Three different monitor mounts, suction cub, tape, bolt on. I stuck it on the moon roof on the Ford F350 media truck.
I like the magnet mounts so I can move camera’s around the trailer and the camera on the truck can be moved for backing to the trailer or pointing at a tire that has a slow leak on your trailer. My inside trailer camera’s point at horse stalls on the rear side so they don’t chew the camera or I monitor my cargo on horse expo trips.
Easy 5 minute installation. 30 day money back, one year warranty and guaranteed reception with 5.8 GHz and boost antenna’s. Now you have portable corrals for horse camping or electric fence, and keep an eye on the horses while you’re cozy in your Living Quarters bed or hotel room. For more www.TrailerEyes.com