Do Voyager Cameras Have Signal Loss Issues On RVs


We are buying a travel trailer that is prewired for Voyager cameras and weve picked out this unit. The TT is 21foot long. My husband has read a few reviews that say the Voyagers have significant loss of signal at speeds over 50 mph. Is this a concern? Also, do you happen to know if the bracket on this unit fits typical RV prewiring plates? Our trailer is 1,000 miles away and we are going to buy the camera before we head out to pick it up. The other option would be to buy a Furrion but were not sure how to convertinch the mounting bracket on the trailer to a Furrion bracket, so we figured just buying the Voyager would be easier. But do you sell an adapter if we decide to buy the Furrion instead? Thanks!


Helpful Expert Reply:

In general the Voyager cameras like the # WVOS541 that you referenced are solid and don't have transmission issues. We did have one customer come back and report that at highway speeds he had an issue but that's not the normal experience people have with these cameras.

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