How to Power Camera Transmitter in Voyager WiSight RV Observation Camera System WVHS43


we tried to pair our backup camera and it tells us to power up the transmitter? How do we do that?


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Voyager WiSight RV Observation Camera System # WVHS43 has a transmitter that is built into the camera housing so the camera must have power in order for it to communicate with the monitor. The camera connects to and gets power from the small mounting plate shown in the linked photo and in the linked video. Once powered up the camera pairing is a push-button process.

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Tom S.

I cant pair the monitor and camera. The monitor tries to pair and indicates to push the button on the camera but I see no button to push. How to pair the camera with the monitor. Is there something on the camera itself or how do I tell whether it is getting power from the 12 volt system. I had the parking lights on so I know there is 12 volt power to the backend of the motorcoach. I have a Voyager WAOM562 wireless monitor. 96321

Reply from Chris R.

The camera should actually pair up as soon as both the monitor and camera have power. I would make sure the camera's power wire is SECURELY attached to the circuit you're connected to on the trailer. We've seen a loose connection interfere with the pairing process. 71123

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