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Old 11-09-2015, 11:20 AM   #11
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Couldn't PM or attach the Spec Sheet - it is over the forum size limit. You can go to RV Cams: Backup Camera Systems (All) to see the specs.
Thanks- I was just looking at it on Amazon.com... looks decent.
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Old 11-24-2015, 04:20 PM   #12
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We received our 377rlbh 3 weeks ago and it came with a model WAOM562. This camera work great as a security camera from the bedroom but you have to be moving at 25mph or slower to get one bar of reception. At highway speed all you see is static. Our dealer is telling me that this seems to be common and he is looking into a solution. I see that this isn't the model you were mentioning but it is what we got with our new RV. Does anyone else have this camera model and the reception problem I am having??
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Old 11-24-2015, 07:56 PM   #13
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Geez... first the crappy reviews on the push button locks and now the camera is a POS too??? I'm very interested in hearing if this is a common problem. The main reason for opting for this option on ours was to help me while driving. I don't give a hoot about using it for security. Thanks for the input Kahoneys!
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I received an email reply from my dealer that we purchased from. Sound like they are going to try to find a solution. Below is a copy of what the dealer wrote to me.


"That's something we haven't had an issue with yet. I did some research and it sounds like signal loss in transit has been pretty common, they also say that the signal strength is weaker with the longer campers. So what's the point in having it if it doesn't work properly is my question..... I'll see if I can get anything out of Jayco about it and let you know when I hear something. If we don't get any info, we will have to take a look at it in the spring."
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Old 11-24-2015, 08:28 PM   #15
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I've had home cameras that are 2.4gz and have never had "good" reception over 20 feet with them. And that was with a clear line of sight and minimal electronic interference. I was giving them and technology the benefit of the doubt to have improved over the years. For $500 extra the thing better be crystal clear. The other thing that concerns me is that PYLE (brand name) make one similar to the one listed on SoCA's post (and by similar I mean it looks like they changed the name on the box...). PYLE is appropriately named because in all my years of reading about them, they are just that... a PILE of poo. I guess I'll see this spring.
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I had the Furrion camera on a Starcraft TT and I now have a Voyager on my new Eagle 338rets. The Voyager is a much better camera. You should be very happy with it.
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I had the Furrion camera on a Starcraft TT and I now have a Voyager on my new Eagle 338rets. The Voyager is a much better camera. You should be very happy with it.
That's great to hear!!! What was disappointing about the Furrion? I was tempted to get the Furrion NV2200 head unit for our TV and tie in the rear cam to it. My local audio guy looked over their website an his initial thoughts were that they seemed low quality. I'm interested to hear more from you about it.
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Mine has great reception and the trailer is 39 ft long. If you use it at highway speeds the refresh rate is jerky. I only use it for backing up. Also it has sound. You can hear someone in the back talking.
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Is that on your Furrion or the Voyager?
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