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I think this is a reciever but Im not sure. Its a black box and has the model number of RX244 on the front of it. Ojn the top of it,it has a round thing that you can turn,kinda of like an anntena. on the back left hand side ther are on/off switches 4 of them to be exact for security cameras. To the right there is a plug in that kid of looks like a s-viedo plug in but its not because above the plug it has the letters EXP. To the right of that are two RCA plugs ins, above the first one is the letter A(RCA color white) and above the second one is the letter V(RCA color yellow). On the right of the RCA plug in is the plug in for the power supply which is 12 volt power supply. Can you please tell me what this gadet is called and how I would use it with my survellance cameras please and thank you. My email is email@example.com
It is a wireless video camera that should have a camera with it.You hook the RCA plugs to your TV or VCR hook a 12v dc power supply to it. Then hook your camera to a power supply and it should work.Make sure you have the reciever and the camera switches on the back the same. The four switches are used with one to four cameras. To use all four they must all be turned on. The round thing on the camera and receiver is an antenna with an arrow on the top. Turn the one on the camera towards the receiver. Hope that answers your question. The camera has a place for a battery or you can use a power supply.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
It could possibly be a Voltec RX244 Camera Receiver operating at 2.4GHz. The A could be for the audio and the V for video. All I can gather is the it can switched up to 4 cameras. Other than that everything else would be conjecture on my part. Incidentally, there was also a Magnavox RX244.
This company might or might not be the main distributor. Additionally you can try visual comparison here.
From your post/description, it would also seem that the device/gadget could be reversed engineered and determine features, functions and operations. But that of course would require more than just basic familiarity with electronic components and circuitry.
Would it be possible for you to post pictures of the connectors and the inside PCB?
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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