The WIFI-EH9500 wireless camera antenna consists of a pair of long-range wireless antennas that transmits at 5Ghz to avoid interference from 2.4GHz devices. One antenna acts as the transmitter and the other acts as the receiver to create an outdoor wireless network bridge that can be used with IP security cameras create a wireless camera system.
This wireless camera antenna is weatherproof for outdoor or indoor use and capable of transmitting up to 150+Mbps up to 3 miles with a direct line of sight. It complies with the IEEE802.11 a/n wireless protocol. The security feature of the WIFI-EH9500 supports 64/ 128/ 256 bit WEP encryption, WPA/ WPA2, 802.1x authentication, hidden SSID and MAC address filtering.
This WIFI bridge can transmit a single or multiple network IP cameras or CCTV cameras (using network video servers) to a central DVR/NVR without expensive cable dredging. Click here for a sample wireless installation explanation. This system can be used to provide a cost-effective solution for remote and hard-to-reach camera locations where dredging and cable laying is not practical or is too expensive. Many of our customers use these antenna systems to connect cameras located at different buildings back to a central building where their main network and / Internet connection is located.
Enable Wireless on Indoor & Outdoor IP Cameras
The WIFI-EH9500 point to point long range wireless system works with all IP cameras (indoor and outdoor). CCTV Camera Pros highly recommends Zavio IP cameras. You can learn more here about wireless system installation.
Wireless Camera Antenna Features
- System Includes Long Range Wireless Transmitter & Receiver Antennas
- Wireless Transmission up to 3 miles (direct line of sight)
- Point-to-point Applications
- Can also be used for shorter distances. E.G connecting adjacent buildings
- Frequency: 5GHz to avoid interference from 2.4GHz network devices
- 16dBi Gain Antenna
- 150+ Mbps Data Transfer Rate
- Transmit video from a single or multiple IP Security Cameras
- Transmit video multiple CCTV Cameras using video servers
- Connect CCTV DVRs over WIFI
- Outdoor UV Stabilized Plastic Weatherproof IP66 Enclosure
- Multiple Security Encryption
- Mounting Kit Included
- Point-to-Point Wireless Applications
- Multiple Modes: Access Point, Client Bridge, Client Router
- PoE for IP Cameras and other PoE Network Devices
- CAT-5 / RJ-45 Ethernet Interface
- Power Over Ethernet Injector Included
- DC Power Supply Included
Custom Wireless Surveillance Systems
Not sure exactly what you need? Do you require a more complex setup and need some advice? Our system engineers can help design a wireless video surveillance system that fits your needs and can include any of the following parts: wireless access points point to point, point to multi-point / multiple buildings, long-range wireless antennas, indoor and outdoor IP cameras, PoE network switches, NVRs (network DVRs for IP cameras), hybrid DVRs that work with analog and IP cameras, cables, and any other accessories and tools that you need. Please click here to get started and a sales engineer with be in touch with you shortly.
Wireless System Mount Options
The WIFI-EN95610 system comes standard with a pole mounting kit. The optional J-pipe wall mounting bracket supports wall and roof mounting and can be added as an option to this system.
PoE Port for IP Cameras
The secondary Ethernet input port on these antennas can be enabled for PoE so that it can provide power to PoE IP cameras. This is very handy for use with outdoor camera installations. Simply use a weatherproof CAT-5 cable to connect the camera to the antenna.
You can read additional details about the below examples in this blog post written by CCTV Camera Pros co-founder, Mike Haldas: "How to Remotely View a Security Camera Installed at a Location with No Internet Access".
Wireless IP Camera System
The above installation transmits a single IP camera from a building that has no Internet / network connectivity (building on the left) but does have power. The video from the IP camera is transmitted to the building on the right where there is an active high-speed Internet connection. The owner of this system can enable remote access to this camera so that it can be viewed from desktop and mobile devices including Windows, Mac, iOS (iPhone and iPad), and Android.
Wireless IP Camera System with Multiple Cameras
This installation connects multiple IP cameras in the building on the left using a network switch. The switch is then connected to the transmitting antenna so that the video from all 4 IP cameras are connected wireless to the building on the right. Again, the building on the right has an Internet connection and all camera can be enabled for remote viewing.
Wireless CCTV Camera System
This installation shows how to use a wireless system to connect a CCTV camera system with a network-able DVR. CCTV DVRs such as the iDVR that we supply has a built-in Ethernet port so that the DVR can be monitored over a network and Internet connection. In this installation, the CCTV cameras are hard-wired to the DVR using RG59 coaxial cable and the DVR is connected to the wireless bridge with a CAT-5 cable. The wireless bridge in this scenario connects the whole. The iDVR includes desktop and mobile apps for Macintosh, Windows, iOS, and Android. By setting up port forwarding on the router in the building on the right, users can access their DVR and live camera views.
Hybrid CCTV Camera and IP Camera System
The above sample installation shows how this wireless system can deploy a surveillance system across multiple buildings that are not wired together or even on the same IP network. Internet networks are not mandatory to use this system. Internet can be added to building A if the user wants to setup remote camera viewing from over the Internet.
In this example, building A contains two CCTV cameras (analog cameras) that are wired directly to the hybrid NVR / DVR using RG59 coax cable or pre-made plug and play CCTV cables. The NVR is connected to the network of building A by connecting to the router via cat-5 cable.
To the right of the router is a cable or DSL modem which will allow Internet access to the entire system if desired. To the left of the router in building A, and mounted on the outside wall is the wireless system receiver.
The building A wireless receiver is connected wireless to the wireless transmitter on building B, which is located within a direct line of sight for communication (direct line of sight is required between antennas. Building B's wireless transmitter is connected to a network switch in building B (not a router) via CAT-5 cable.
The network switch is connected to two network video servers via CAT5 cable. The network video servers are each connected to a CCTV camera using RG59 coax cable or a premade CCTV cables.
The purpose of the network servers is to convert the camera’s analog video signal to digital and transmits it using TCP/IP to the network via the network switch.
The wireless camera system's transmitter and receiver create a wireless network. The router in building A assigns IP addresses to all of the devices in building B and in turn, make building B's IP devices part of building A's network.
The hybrid DVR / NVR in building A is capable of connecting to both wired CCTV cameras as well as IP cameras, and IP video servers, bringing both buildings cameras together into a single surveillance system.
With building A high-speed internet access in place and port forwarding / firewall settings properly set-up, users are able to remotely access all cameras from both buildings over the Internet simply by connecting to the NVR / DVR's web camera service.
Wireless Camera System Technical Specification
Click here to view the WIFI-EH9500 wireless camera system technical specification.