Wireless CUBTECH PTZ Camera Kit


CUBTECH’s wireless kit gives you a commercial quality system that you can install yourself. Allowing you full 360 degree pan tilt and zoom from a mobile device, tablet or computer.

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CUBTECH’s PTZ camera kit will allow you to cover a shed, barn or stables.

Kit includes;

  • 360 degree pan tilt zoom camera with 100m night vision and 4MP it really captures a great image.
  • Wireless network or 4G Kits.
    • Wireless network link includes two wireless links that need a line of sight (Within reason up to 500m) one connects to your home broadband router and the other on the shed to our control box.
    • 4G includes a high gain antenna (This needs a SIM, available from CUBTECH)
  • Power & control box (To be located within 100m of the camera and wireless link or 4G antenna)

For your self installation you will require Ethernet cables, please contact us if you have any questions. The control box needs power from a usual UK socket.

Measure your cable lengths in meters and purchase as necessary from our shop.

Cables will be required for;

  1. Home router to Wireless link (If using the Wireless link kit)
  2. Control box to Wireless link or 4G antenna
  3. Control box to Camera

Click here for Ethernet Cable

Here is a quick video from one of our new customers learning how to use the camera.

If you would like a quote for installation please contact us on 01653 513202. or complete the below form.

Additional information


Wireless Link, 4G

1 review for Wireless CUBTECH PTZ Camera Kit

  1. Paul Blanchard

    This is our first lambing and calving season with Cubtech cameras installed in the sheds. What a tremendous difference these cameras have made to our daily routine. Our livestock enterprise runs alongside our nutritional business and having the cameras has meant that I can watch out for any animals giving birth whilst continuing to work in my office or on the phone. The zoom facility is excellent and allows close viewing to determine exactly what stage of labour animals are at and if any interventions are necessary. A further benefit this year, as a result of the coronavirus movement restrictions, is that although my parents cannot visit the farm they have been able to still feel part of the lambing and calving process by linking in to our cameras which they have thoroughly enjoyed.

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