Wireless camera monitoring system to monitor rear-view traffic or animals being trailered. Hyndsight Vision
NO MORE NECK-CRANING: Wireless camera monitoring system is portable enough to be used to monitor rear-view traffic or animals being trailered.

Rear-vision system for tractors and trailers goes portable and wireless

Portable vision system pairs wireless remote camera with monitor for rear-view safety monitoring of livestock trailers.

Tired of twisting your neck to monitor roadway traffic behind you or checking on the animals you’re hauling in the trailer? The Journey wire-free, rear-view camera monitoring system by Hyndsight Vision Systems may be your answer. And now, there’s a recording version of it.

Mount the monitor in your truck or tractor. Then attach up to four cameras where needed to view what goes on behind. Cameras can be mounted on trailing equipment or inside livestock trailers for monitoring livestock during transport.

The rugged, water-resistant system allows simultaneous recording while providing real-time video stream, remote on/off capability. It comes with a custom-designed camera and monitor with a sunlight readable screen and antenna set, plus two mounts in a solid case. High-definition recordings can be stored on the camera’s 32 MB SD card for easy removal and downloading.

The Capture camera with three different lens angles has a three- to four-hour battery life before charging is required. Or it can be optionally powered by a battery accessory pack or solar pack.

“Obstructed vision and blind spots are major problems in the agriculture industry,” acknowledges Melissa Thompson, CEO of Hyndsight. “Capture provides drivers with a clear field of vision, preventing safety issues, while maximizing productivity and profitability.” More details on the system are available at hyndsightvision.com.

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