X10 XCam VR31A 2.4Ghz Audio Video Receiver with Sound (Mono)

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  • BRAND NEW but OLD STOCK
  • X10 brand Audio Video Receiver model number VR31A for use with the old XCam or XCam2 video cameras.
  • Up to a 100 foot range.
  • Simple installation. Just plug the RCA audio/video cable into your TV, DVR, or VCR's input jacks, connect the AC adapter to the receiver and plug it in, turn on the power switch, and you're all set.
  • Can be connected to a standard definition TV without a video input via the RF coax cable. User select-able TV channel of 3 or 4.
  • Includes both RCA audio/video and RF coax cables.
  • Measures (L x W x H) 6 x 3.75 x 5 inches tall with the antenna extended. Easily fits in the palm of your hand.
  • UL listed and CSA approved. Rated for 120 volts AC, 18 watts max power consumption.
  • Color is black.
  • You can view the instructions online in PDF format by clicking here.
  • Shipping weight for one: 2 pounds.

This is the X10 audio and video receiver model VR31A that you can use to expand your XCam2 wireless video camera system to reach multiple TV's (or TV and PC) in your home or office without having to move your receiver from one room to the next.

With another receiver, you'll be able to see everything that your camera(s) are monitoring from different TV's (living room TV, bedroom TV, etc.) at the same time. No matter what room you're in, simply turn on the TV (switch to A/V mode or TV channel 3 or 4) and you'll be able to quickly see what's going on. Then use your remote to scan between all your cameras.

These are brand new in the box with the receiver, power supply, RCA audio/video cable, coax cable, and instructions. The boxes may have some marks on them, but are in pretty good shape. Due to the age of these, I tested each one to be sure they work as they should.

NOTE: These operate at 2.4Ghz. If you have anything in your home (for example a cordless phone) that operates at this same frequency, there will be interference on both. When I first tested these, I could not get any viewable picture and had bars jumping all across my TV screen until I realized my cordless phone operates at 2.4Ghz. Once I unplugged the power to the phone, the video receiver worked fine.

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Class of X10 home automation device:
Camera Receiver