ASA Debuts Digital Wireless Observation Unit

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December 13, 2010 by   Comments Off on ASA Debuts Digital Wireless Observation Unit

If you’ve ever had your garage door open without nudging the remote button, you’ve experienced the sort of signal spillover that can sometimes haunt wireless communications. Elkhart, Ind.-based ASA Electronics has introduced a new Voyager digital wireless observation system that incorporates WiSight technology to digitally lock the Voyager camera to its monitor — eliminating interference and “noise” typical of analog wireless systems. The WiSight technology is strong enough to travel through and around objects and works on vehicles 60-plus feet in length, a significantly longer distance than wireless analog systems. Designed and tested to withstand the rugged conditions commonly found in RV environments, the observation system also delivers a sharp, vivid picture of the vehicle’s surroundings to the 5.6-inch color LCD monitor. Available in April, the WiSight package includes an LCD color monitor with integrated receiver, 12-volt accessory plug, suction cup monitor mount, rear color camera with integrated transmitter, stainless-steel hardware and non-corrosive camera mounting bracket. For more information, contact ASA Electronics, 2602 Marina Drive, Elkhart, IN 46514, (574) 266-3193,

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