For the safety of your horses Monitor your horses, pets, or livestock while trailering them Helpful for aligning trailer ball and hitch.
Can be a barn cam or foaling monitor too !!
It is so easy ! Runs on battery power or 12v trailer lighting power
5 minute installation No tools required
Very Affordable price $219.00 a set, including everything
2012 Holiday special , two cameras in the package
Shipping & handling are included 30 Day money back guarantee Call 1-888-227-6888 to order your Trailer Eyes
Satisfying reception quality on the monitor is promised
With optional adapters, it can be easily converted to a barn cam or foaling monitor.
As horsemen ourselves, we know how worrisome it is while trailering our horses.
After years of developing & testing, we believe Trailer Eyes TE-0408 wireless monitoring system is the most user friendly device on the market to monitor valued cargo in trailers.
There is no need to drill holes in your trailer. Can be set up in 5 minutes. No tools required.
Here is how it works-
To set up the camera in your trailer-- 1. Attach the antenna rod to the base of the booster antenna.
2. Provide power to the camera, either through a 9V battery or by hardwiring the 12V power adapter to the trailer’s power source (additional installation time will be necessary)
3. Use the clamping base to mount the camera on the desired spot in your trailer.
4.Clamp the booster antenna to the outside of your trailer (the antenna has a clamping and magnet base).
The camera is set!
To set up the monitor in your pulling vehicles--
1. Mount the goose-neck suction mount to the windshield, dashboard, or window.
2. Attach the monitor to the goose-neck suction mount.
3. Attach the antenna connector to the monitor.
4. Open the car door and mount the booster antenna (magnet base) on the side of your vehicle. Run the wire between the antenna and the monitor through the car door and the car frame, not through the car window and door frame.
5. Plug the power jack into the monitor, and then plug the 12V car lighter adapter into the lighter jack.
6. Turn the monitor on.
7. Adjust the position of the monitor, the antenna wire, and the power wire to avoid interference with the driver.
Voilà ! The object of observation is in your monitor now.
We are confident to say
Use it once you'll want it for every trip
Trailer Eyes ® 6 N 742 Palomino Dr. St. Charles IL 60175 USA Toll free number 1-888-227-6888 Local or international call 1-630-513-9591 Fax 1-630-513-9290 email email@example.com