Saturday, January 23, 2010

Horse Trailer Monitoring Systems

•Includes everything to install the system with one camera
•Compact color CCD camera with Sony sensor and integrated transmitter
•Color picture in normal light
•Clear black & white picture even in total darkness
•Camera has 18 automatic infrared LEDs for night vision
•Wide angle lens covers trailer interiors completely
•Single camera will cover most trailers up to 4 horses
•Camera is weatherproof and has an anodized aluminum housing for long life
•7" LCD monitor/receiver can easily be moved to any towing vehicle
•Monitor is easily removed for security or concealment
•Permanently wire or use the included cigarette lighter adapter
•WC-127 monitor includes a full function remote control
•You can play DVDs or tapes from a player through the monitor
•It has a built-in speaker
•You can use up to 4 cameras with this system
•Of course, there is a full instruction manual
•The trailer is independent of the truck and you can use the wireless monitor for viewing when using a different tow vehicle. Just move the monitor and plug it into the cigarette lighter


I really like the idea of being able to see the horses while I am driving.  The wireless systems are the easiest to set up and can be moved from trailer to trailer with the least amount of effort.  The system above is just one of many available on the internet - just type in 'horse wireless monitoring system' into google and you will find them.  Prices are in the $200 - $600 range for the wireless systems.  The wired systems start at around $150.

Here are a couple more:  - this website has an annoying video that automatically plays - this system is $259 and the camera runs on a 9V battery.  This one appears to be the easiest to install and the most versatile - I especially like the fact that you can use it to hook up the trailer and then move it into the horse trailer for the ride. - click on the funny mare story :-)

These systems can also be used in other areas such as the barn, pool, and play areas.

I chose to feature the ranchcam company because of the truck/trailer combination they are using in their ad.  If I was going to spend that much money, I would make sure they match!!!

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