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By mikeinkaty
#354087
Well first, I wish they all had real time command capability. Then add a relay port on the bottom and provide a real time command to close the relay contacts. That way I wouldn’t have to buy a separate GSM Relay. One of the settings could be how long to keep the contacts closed. Contacts that could handle 12v dc and 5 amps would be more than sufficient. And make that relay replaceable.
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By mikeinkaty
#354089
Thinking out loud here. The relay could connect a 9v battery to a 433Mhz transmitter. That transmitter could activate one or more receivers up to 1000 meters away. The receivers could activate lights, hog trap gate, a loud horn, or any other electrical device. Lights & horn could sure scare a critter away, human or otherwise.
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By Fl_Cracker
#354091
Well first, I wish they all had real time command capability. Then add a relay port on the bottom and provide a real time command to close the relay contacts. That way I wouldn’t have to buy a separate GSM Relay. One of the settings could be how long to keep the contacts closed. Contacts that could handle 12v dc and 5 amps would be more than sufficient. And make that relay replaceable.

This camera looks very familiar :lol: and has the TX built in..send a text command 777# and the TX turns on.
https://store.jagerpro.com/product/mine-cam/
video below shows the command
https://youtu.be/dmOLjvWgUjE?t=931
1st Buck on camera for 2019

Its that time of the year....

:)

not sure if its true but if so its a good one.

I like his purple coat... very cool. Probably[…]

Bucks Stayed Home Last Night

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pm6Bxuox2EI