The use of wireless video systems has exploded in recent years: aerial surveying, aerial photography, surveillance systems, telemetry systems, military and commercial helicopters, FPV (First Person View) systems, Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV), Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV), and other systems take full advantage of this technology. Unfortunately, two major obstacles plague these systems: (1) the inability to see video images in bright daylight or direct sunlight and (2) the video monitor often loses the video signal and goes into sleep mode. The new SRM-10.4B-WRL video monitor from TRU-VU Monitors was specifically designed to address these issues. It features a screen with 1,000 nits brightness, enabling the operator to see clear video images even in direct sunlight. It is also designed to accept the weaker video signals typically found in wireless video systems. It will continue to display video images, and will not go into Sleep Mode, providing the operator with uninterrupted control.The SRM-10.4B-WRL monitor features a rugged steel enclosure, and is available with a variety of options and configurations.