ASA Debuts Digital Wireless Observation Unit

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December 13, 2010 by   Leave a Comment

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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