Originally Posted by khackbarth
Since then I've drilled a couple of holes in the aluminum front bar and used some inexpensive metal clips to tie the awning down to stakes in the ground. Hasn't been close to coming loose since.
Wireless wifi cameras require wifi and power. How do you provide wifi to the camera and how are you powering it? Say more.
This was a camera system that had a WiFi transmitter, short range. The camera manufacturer had an free app that you downloaded on to your phone that you could log on to the camera and receive the transmission. The camera, we attached to the tag plate and wired it into the marker lights, as long as the lights were on, the camera was on. We put the transmitter in a front cabinet, for that we ran that wire from the camera to the transmitter under the camper and up through the floor into the cabinet. The transmitter sat on the floor of the cabinet.
Got the system from 4ucam.com. worked great.
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