we use AG Cam systems- they have wirless monitors to the trucks and a overhead display in the cutter. I'm not a big fan of them but don't have a better suggestion as i do not know any other brand offerings
Doing the google thing came across Cab Cam which runs bout half the money as Ag Cam.
Any thoughts on wireless vs. wired?
Imagine if you want to give truck drivers a view wireless is the only way.
I'm not looking to do so the moment but perhaps down the road.
Have Voyaguer Tough Cam in both combines and grain buggy and they work well. Have heard that Cab Cam have display issues and are not reliable. Becareful with wireless you still need power to the camera and depending on the frequency you need a direct line of site to the monitor
We also use cab cams on our silage trailers. Work ok. Sometimes we run into issues with the connection which we have by the glad hands for when we unhook the trailer. Put a little die electric grease on them and they seem to work for a while again. The wireless I have also heard of fuzzy picture, when you get to bouncing around in the field the picture cuts in and out. Just my $.02
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