Ag-Camera's,Horse trailer camera,Semi Truck cameras,Grain cart camera,RV backup camera,ag-cam, Wireless backup camera,


AG-CAMERA---STOCK TRAILER CAMERA

If you need to contact me Monday-Saturday 8-5 PM CST

701-652-5697

OVER STOCK on 9" quad. For a limited time buy a 9" quad for the price of a 7" quad. While, supplies last. Was $495 now $ $455.

Lets stop the waste and neck strain.

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I sell high quality mid range cost ag camera systems for grain carts, Agriculture use, horse trailer systems, semi truck and RV backup cameras. Just scroll down to view the links to the systems.

Need to look behind your equipment,inside the tanks,Semi Truck cameras, watch your horse in the trailer or behind your RV when you are going down the road? You have a need I have a system. Give me a call and we can get the system best suited for your needs. Warranty lasts a full year!!

Want to watch that grain leg? Set it up to watch your bins being filled? Have a semi truck and need to watch when loading or dumping. Need to see inside tanks? Here is the answer. Looking for that system for your grain cart helping to load the cart or the truck?

If you are into hauling horses or cattle I have a system that will suit you. Wireless or wired both will work. I also do a lot of work in the RV field. Just page through the systems to find one right for you.

I have been selling ag-cameras, horse trailer and RV systems for going on 11 years now. I was once in the installation part of this business, now retired. I have sold over 4000 of these systems since 2002. Please read all the information on the system you are interested in. Give me a call or email me. I do not have a store front or salesman working for me. This alone keeps the cost down. I normally have all inventory on hand, I do not drop ship. I warrant the product not the manufacturer. You deal with me, I deal with the factory.

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My wired systems will interface with the new John Deere 2630 Monitor system and the Trimble. You will need to buy the cables from your dealer. If your dealer does not have these go to or (800/450/7278) ask for the parts department. They said they would be more then willing supply these for you.

When and why should I buy a wireless system??

It is sometime tempting to simply set up a wireless unit rather than running a wire. As a rule if the distance is within 100 to 150 ft and the two points of observation are connected, it is always best to use a wired system. Wireless is fantastic where it is unpractical to run wires but it will always be a better and clearer video if you can use wires. From tow vehicle to a trailer for example, spend the time to install a cable, the results will be better and you will be happier with the system in the long run.

The 2.4 GHz systems are as close to microwave on the frequency spectrum as the average consumer can get. Masonry and sheet metal will greatly reduce or stop the signal and should be considered when designing a system. An exception to the rule lies in the remote antenna extensions. WITH THE NEW ANTENNA EXTENSIONS THIS IS GREAT FOR TRAILER APPLICATIONS. Transmitters/receivers are both rated with the words "line of sight". This is an industry rating to gauge signal strength. The units DO NOT NEED a clear line of sight to operate. Simply, the strength and optimum distance is the basis for the rating. They will work out to the distances listed with no barriers. There are too many variables to give precise distances passing through different types of construction. The more the signal must penetrate, the less the distance you will achieve.

I have also found out by working with the systems that in the wireless system the lack of 12 volts is causing some people a lot of problems. Anything less then 12 volts will cause a distorted picture. Make sure you have 12 volts!! Some people are using scotch locks to make their connection. These connectors will cause you major problems. Throw them out at the very least do not use them on my system. The longer the run of wires the less voltage. There is line voltage drop. So please check your voltage at the end of the run before the camera. However the camera needs to be hooked up also for this test to be correct. Any questions just e-mail.

The wireless system is the most versatile system. All you need to do is pick up 12 volts DC from any source to power the camera. It can transmit up to 450 feet. It comes with a 7 inch screen. It can be used for calving, corn drying viewing, (making sure belts are not burning up), security or ETC.

Blue tooth interference. If you have blue tooth tech in your vehicle, truck, tractor please read this information on how this will cause problems with the wireless system.

How Blue tooth and Wi-Fi Interfere Wi-Fi and Blue tooth both occupy a section of the 2.4 GHz ISM band that is 83 MHz-wide. Blue tooth uses Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) and is allowed to hop between 79 different 1 MHz-wide channels in this band. Wi-Fi uses Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) instead of FHSS. Its carrier does not hop or change frequency and remains centered on one channel that is 22 MHz-wide. While there is room for 11 overlapping channels in this 83 MHz-wide band, there is only room for three non-overlapping channels. Thus there can be no more than three different Wi-Fi networks operating in close proximity to one another. When a Blue tooth radio and a Wi-Fi radio are operating in the same area, the single 22 MHz-wide Wi-Fi channel occupies the same frequency space as 22 of the 79 Blue tooth channels which are 1 MHz wide. When a Blue tooth transmission occurs on a frequency that lies within the frequency space occupied by a simultaneous Wi-Fi transmission, some level of interference can occur, depending on the strength of each signal.

WHY WIRED SYSTEMS

IF YOU ARE ONLY GOING TO USE THE SYSTEM and need very clear images SUCH AS IN A TRAILER OR PIECE OF EQUIPMENT BUY WIRED. If you want to move the system just move the cables or buy more cables and just move the camera and monitor. The wired system will give you the most stable picture of the two systems. But you are tied to a cord or cords. I do not recommend audio for any of my systems. Audio means a speaker which in turn means an opening to the elements. Which will lead to moisture to the inside of the camera and shorten the life span.

Both systems have their plus and minus points. I sell 8-1 wired systems over wireless. I have not had any of the systems returned because they have not worked for the application they were bought for after contacting me. I hope that has answered some of your questions.

All of my shipping will be done USPS priority mail. Normally 2-3 days delivery time. On occasion I will use UPS. It all depends on the size of the order.

I have shipped all over the world. Shipping cost over seas for one unit runs about $61.00 USA any where in the world.

In most cases I cannot ship wireless systems to Europe. The import laws will not allow wireless units into the countries.

ACTUAL PICTURES.

Thanks to the A&R farming operation. Dakota territory.

Mounting a backup view camera on the turn signal bracket.

Made a bracket for the monitor and starting to install auger camera.

Thanks to Wayne in the Dakota Territory for these pictures. This is a wired system on a grain cart.

My number 701.652.5697

I AM LOCATED OUT OF Pharr, Texas

Jim Antonovich

100 West Moore Road, Lot 66

Pharr, Texas 78577

I was out of North Dakota but I relocated.