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Antoinette Verdone-2
Hello all,

I am looking for a camera to put to view a front door that can wirelessly transmit to the back of the house and be connected to an HDMi port on the client's TV.

Has anyone done this?  Product recommendations?  

Thanks,

Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP
Owner, Lead Consultant
ImproveAbility, LLC

Phone/Text: 512-522-1705


"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar."
- Helen Keller



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Re: Wireless HDMI camera

Andy Borne
Hi Antoinette,

No such thing exists, however you can get the job done this way:
Get an Wifi HD wireless camera like this:

And then buy a dedicated Android device or iPod to receive the image, then use a cable from
The device to the client’s TV, here is a cable for an iPod:

Lightning to HDMI cable: $49 
Cheapest iPod: $200
Samsung SmartCam HD Pro: $189
Total: around $500 with taxes.

— 
Andy Borne
Assistive Technology Specialist
PACER Center
(952) 838-9000
www.PACER.org
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From: Antoinette Verdone <[hidden email]>
Reply-To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 4:44 PM
To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Subject: Wireless HDMI camera

Hello all,

I am looking for a camera to put to view a front door that can wirelessly transmit to the back of the house and be connected to an HDMi port on the client's TV.

Has anyone done this?  Product recommendations?  

Thanks,

Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP
Owner, Lead Consultant
ImproveAbility, LLC

Phone/Text: 512-522-1705


"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar."
- Helen Keller



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Re: Wireless HDMI camera

Lenker, James
Hi Antoinette,

Is wireless transmission of the video signal really necessary?  Is there a specific downside with running a wired connection from the camera to the back of the house and into the HDMI input on the TV?

Jim


James A. Lenker, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA
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Department of Rehabilitation Science
School of Public Health and Health Professions University at Buffalo
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On 12/3/2014 10:46 AM, Andy Borne wrote:
Hi Antoinette,

No such thing exists, however you can get the job done this way:
Get an Wifi HD wireless camera like this:

And then buy a dedicated Android device or iPod to receive the image, then use a cable from
The device to the client’s TV, here is a cable for an iPod:

Lightning to HDMI cable: $49 
Cheapest iPod: $200
Samsung SmartCam HD Pro: $189
Total: around $500 with taxes.

— 
Andy Borne
Assistive Technology Specialist
PACER Center
(952) 838-9000
Champions for Children with Disabilities
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, & YouTube!


From: Antoinette Verdone <[hidden email]>
Reply-To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 4:44 PM
To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Subject: Wireless HDMI camera

Hello all,

I am looking for a camera to put to view a front door that can wirelessly transmit to the back of the house and be connected to an HDMi port on the client's TV.

Has anyone done this?  Product recommendations?  

Thanks,

Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP
Owner, Lead Consultant
ImproveAbility, LLC

Phone/Text: 512-522-1705


"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar."
- Helen Keller



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Re: Wireless HDMI camera

Antoinette Verdone-2
Yes, I need wireless - it is a very large house and it would be complicated to run the wire where it needs to go. It is a two story home, so it is not possible to run through the attic. 


Sincerely,
 
Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP
Owner, Rehabilitation Engineer
ImproveAbility, LLC
Office: 512-522-1705
Cell: 512-497-6026
Fax: 888-501-1009
Address: 7301 Burnet Rd, Suite 102-265, Austin, TX 78757
 
DARS Provider# 1-274278960-0-000

"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar" -- Helen Keller

On Dec 3, 2014, at 11:02 AM, Jim Lenker <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Antoinette,

Is wireless transmission of the video signal really necessary?  Is there a specific downside with running a wired connection from the camera to the back of the house and into the HDMI input on the TV?

Jim


James A. Lenker, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA
Associate Professor
Department of Rehabilitation Science
School of Public Health and Health Professions University at Buffalo
w: 716.829.6726
c: 716.491.2378
e: [hidden email]
On 12/3/2014 10:46 AM, Andy Borne wrote:
Hi Antoinette,

No such thing exists, however you can get the job done this way:
Get an Wifi HD wireless camera like this:

And then buy a dedicated Android device or iPod to receive the image, then use a cable from
The device to the client’s TV, here is a cable for an iPod:

Lightning to HDMI cable: $49 
Cheapest iPod: $200
Samsung SmartCam HD Pro: $189
Total: around $500 with taxes.

— 
Andy Borne
Assistive Technology Specialist
PACER Center
(952) 838-9000
Champions for Children with Disabilities
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, & YouTube!


From: Antoinette Verdone <[hidden email]>
Reply-To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 4:44 PM
To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Subject: Wireless HDMI camera

Hello all,

I am looking for a camera to put to view a front door that can wirelessly transmit to the back of the house and be connected to an HDMi port on the client's TV.

Has anyone done this?  Product recommendations?  

Thanks,

Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP
Owner, Lead Consultant
ImproveAbility, LLC

Phone/Text: 512-522-1705


"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar."
- Helen Keller



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Re: Wireless HDMI camera

Antoinette Verdone-2
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Thanks for the idea. It is an issue that I don't have access to a lot of power by the TV, might need to revisit the connection options. 

Do you know of a good quality camera that can transmit wirelessly that connects via RCA?


Sincerely,
 
Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP
Owner, Rehabilitation Engineer
ImproveAbility, LLC
Office: 512-522-1705
Cell: 512-497-6026
Fax: 888-501-1009
Address: 7301 Burnet Rd, Suite 102-265, Austin, TX 78757
 
DARS Provider# 1-274278960-0-000

"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar" -- Helen Keller

On Dec 3, 2014, at 9:46 AM, Andy Borne <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Antoinette,

No such thing exists, however you can get the job done this way:
Get an Wifi HD wireless camera like this:

And then buy a dedicated Android device or iPod to receive the image, then use a cable from
The device to the client’s TV, here is a cable for an iPod:

Lightning to HDMI cable: $49 
Cheapest iPod: $200
Samsung SmartCam HD Pro: $189
Total: around $500 with taxes.

— 
Andy Borne
Assistive Technology Specialist
PACER Center
(952) 838-9000
Champions for Children with Disabilities
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, & YouTube!


From: Antoinette Verdone <[hidden email]>
Reply-To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 4:44 PM
To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Subject: Wireless HDMI camera

Hello all,

I am looking for a camera to put to view a front door that can wirelessly transmit to the back of the house and be connected to an HDMi port on the client's TV.

Has anyone done this?  Product recommendations?  

Thanks,

Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP
Owner, Lead Consultant
ImproveAbility, LLC

Phone/Text: 512-522-1705


"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar."
- Helen Keller



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Re: Wireless HDMI camera

John Lee-21
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Hi Antoinette,

Does something like this system from Quantometrix fit what you're looking for?:
http://www.quantometrix.com/door_entry_intercom_systems/doorbell_audio_video_systems/video_doorbell_systems.htm

From the description, it looks like you'd want to get the TviBell Q-4T model. It apparently has an external TviBell box which can wireless transmit video up to 300 feet to a mini receiver that would plug into your TV (supported connections are not listed on this webpage). 

Might be worth contacting the company for clarification.

Good luck,
John


Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2014 16:44:50 -0600
From: [hidden email]
Subject: Wireless HDMI camera
To: [hidden email]

Hello all,

I am looking for a camera to put to view a front door that can wirelessly transmit to the back of the house and be connected to an HDMi port on the client's TV.

Has anyone done this?  Product recommendations?  

Thanks,

Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP
Owner, Lead Consultant
ImproveAbility, LLC

Phone/Text: 512-522-1705


"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar."
- Helen Keller



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Re: Wireless HDMI camera

Rybak, Thomas (DARS)
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You might consider checking out video baby monitors. They are wireless & transmit video & audio. Some allow you to add more cameras if needed.

I have used one for a client to monitor her back door. She lives alone & although we installed remote controlled deadbolts on both front & rear doors can’t get to the back door easily since it requires going down a few steps. She has had problems with some of her home health aides leaving the door unlocked & ajar.

 

Sincerely,
Tom Rybak

Rehab Engineer

Virginia Dept. for Aging & Rehab Services

Richmond, Virginia 23230,   804-367-9878 

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From: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Antoinette Verdone
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2014 12:16 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: Wireless HDMI camera

 

Thanks for the idea. It is an issue that I don't have access to a lot of power by the TV, might need to revisit the connection options. 

 

Do you know of a good quality camera that can transmit wirelessly that connects via RCA?

Sincerely,

 

Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP

Owner, Rehabilitation Engineer

ImproveAbility, LLC

Office: 512-522-1705

Cell: 512-497-6026

Email: [hidden email]

Fax: 888-501-1009

Address: 7301 Burnet Rd, Suite 102-265, Austin, TX 78757

 

DARS Provider# 1-274278960-0-000


"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar" -- Helen Keller


On Dec 3, 2014, at 9:46 AM, Andy Borne <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Antoinette,

 

No such thing exists, however you can get the job done this way:

Get an Wifi HD wireless camera like this:

 

And then buy a dedicated Android device or iPod to receive the image, then use a cable from

The device to the client’s TV, here is a cable for an iPod:

 

Lightning to HDMI cable: $49 

Cheapest iPod: $200

Samsung SmartCam HD Pro: $189

Total: around $500 with taxes.

 

— 

Andy Borne

Assistive Technology Specialist

PACER Center

(952) 838-9000

Champions for Children with Disabilities

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, & YouTube!

 

 

From: Antoinette Verdone <[hidden email]>
Reply-To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 4:44 PM
To: RESNA's Assistive Technology Forum <[hidden email]>
Subject: Wireless HDMI camera

 

Hello all,

 

I am looking for a camera to put to view a front door that can wirelessly transmit to the back of the house and be connected to an HDMi port on the client's TV.

 

Has anyone done this?  Product recommendations?  

 

Thanks,

Antoinette Verdone, MSBME, ATP

Owner, Lead Consultant

ImproveAbility, LLC

 

Phone/Text: 512-522-1705

 

 

"One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar."

- Helen Keller

 

 


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