Voyager WVOS541 Wireless Observation System

Catalog Item # 89643

The Voyager WVOS541 Wireless Observation System is a handy collaboration of technologies and is versatile enough for drivers of any large trailer vehicles.

Technical Specifications

3.25 lbs.
  • Camera: 5.52"L x 3"H x 2.82" D.
  • Monitor: 6.3"L x 5.2"H x 1.5" D.
  • Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 4 reviews (4 Based on 4 Reviews)

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    • Easy to attach (4)
    • Easy to follow instructions (3)
    • Excellent color and resolution (2)
    • Has an image (1)
    • High quality night vision (1)
    • Can not reverse image (1)
    • Instructions are incomplete (1)
    • Monitor and cameras shut off while using (1)

    Works as advertised, however...

    by Jerry Karlo – April 28, 2016
    3 out of 5 stars

    This item was easy to install and has a nice bright screen. I replaced the backup camera that's part of the rear view mirror and i

    Loses signal

    by JEFFREY LEIGH – June 29, 2016
    4 out of 5 stars

    I just installed this system on our 38' Raptor fifth wheel. Between the camper and my GMC dually is less that 60' but we found tha

    Requires lights to be on, when wired that way, duh!

    by Mike B – June 19, 2016
    5 out of 5 stars

    An actual review on model WVOS511, the previous generation. It is an easy to install, quality product, and works well when one re

    Add a rear view mirror when you tow

    by BILL MALONE – November 07, 2016
    5 out of 5 stars

    This allows you to have a view of the road behind you just like you do with the rear view mirror of your truck. I did adjust it to

    Yes, this is a full kit, items missing are tools needed for installation and sealant.
    by Camping World – June 03, 2016
    Approximately 60+ ft.
    by Camping World – May 13, 2016
    I've got a 40' fifth wheel and most wireless cameras will only work about 20 ft. What is the power source for the camera? Is wiring easy?
    Range is around 60 ft. for this kit. However, the more obstructions and electronic devices between the monitor and camera, the less the range capability. The power cable for the camera is generally wired to the rear clearance lights. Difficulty in wiring will vary, replacement of a previously installed unit is the easiest. The more difficult scenario is having to obtain a wiring diagram to locate an ideal power source.
    by Camping World – May 13, 2016

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