Measy RCA220 is a $35 Wireless AV Transmitter / Receiver Kit with a 200m Range

There are several ways to send video & audio data over a distance without using long cables, from professional DVB-T transmitters with up to 10km range, to cheaper DIY SDR solutions with a shorter range , and HDMI transmitters leveraging your existing electrical cables.

Those all work for different target applications (drones, video signal extender), but cost at least a few hundred dollars. If you just intend to transmit composite video (PAL/NTSC) and audio within a house or building, Measy RCA220 will be a more cost effective solution with a range of up to 200 meters.

Measy RCA220 AV transmitter / receiver specifications:

  • Connectivity – 2.4GHz wireless transmission with up to 200m range; built-in antenna, 8x selectable channels
  • Video / Audio Ports
    • Transmitter – RCA composite input, 2x RCA L/R audio input
    • Receiver – RCA composite output, 2x RCA L/R audio output
  • Misc – IR jack, channel selection button, front panel display, on/off button
  • Power Supply – 5V/1A via micro USB port
  • Dimensions – 10 x 10 x 2.5 cm (aluminum enclosure)
  • Weight – 280 grams

The kit includes a transmitter, a receiver, two power adapters, two AV cables, two wall mounts, and a bag of screws.

There’s no software required, just connected the AV cables to your input device (e.g. STB, CCTV camera…), and output device (TV / monitor), the power supplies, and select the same channel for both the receiver and transmitter, and you’re good to go.

I  found Measy RCA220 on GearBest for $34.94, but eventually it should be sold on other websites too, and Aliexpress has similar kits for under $40.

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TLS
TLS
3 years ago

People still use composite video? These used to be available just about anywhere at one point for people wanting a bedroom TV, but didn’t have an antenna socket in the bedroom. I know I had one, my old man had one and they didn’t cost this much.

willmore
willmore
3 years ago

Yeah, devices like these were useful before WiFi took over 2.4GHz, but now? Using one of these in a populated area is sociopathic.

hex
hex
3 years ago

wireless usb shits more usefull but ı cannot find any decent bandwith in this products

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