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7 inch TFT color monitor + Color Camera IP67 including 20 meter connection cable (12-24 Volt)
|Price:||£119.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Delivery Details|
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- The perfect reversing camera for your vehicle. The waterproof casing (IP67) means that it can be installed outside immediately. The protective cap guards against dazzling sunlight. 18 IR LEDs illuminate the rear for you, even in total darkness. You will like this night vision feature. A field of view of 120° gives you a good view at your tailgate.
- Whether while shunting on a campsite or while parking a trailer in town, this comprehensive reversing set equips you for any situation. It includes a large 7-inch colour monitor, incl. a waterproof reversing camera, complete with a 20-metre extension lead. The set is perfectly matched and can therefore be installed with ease. You will find the attractive price, together with good quality, ultimately convincing. In future, avoid expensive repairs caused by difficulty seeing what is going on behind you.
- Optimised as a reversing monitor, with automatic Maximum Convenience switching feature through the car ON signal lead. This means that the monitor will switch itself on as soon as you have engaged reverse gear. To do this, you merely have to connect the signal lead to the rear light directly or to the gearshift signal. As soon as you have reversed and drive forward again, the monitor disengages again. Of course, the monitor can also be switched on again at any time by pressing the ON/OFF button in the normal way.
- Equipped with an anti-glare screen, the monitor is extremely suitable for a reversing system in the vehicle. A good view is therefore guaranteed even with powerful solar radiation. The 7-inch display shows you any hazards while reversing. Automatic switch-on when engaging reverse gear and 2 video inputs are additional features. This TFT gives you a perfect monitor for your reversing camera, DVD player or even a games console. The 12 volt power supply is designed specifically for a motor vehicle.
- A system that has been comprehensively thought through. The camera is connected with the monitor via a single cable. The advantage of this system for you is that you have to connect it to the power supply only once. The monitor and camera are then fed with power simultaneously. This means that you don't have to extend a second power lead to the camera, which saves you considerable time and labour. All cable ends to the camera are connected absolutely securely with screwed connections. This means that no loose contacts can occur in a previously assembled system. Besides the camera and monitor, the deliverables include a 20 metre lead. You can therefore start assembling it immediately.
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Whether while shunting on a campsite or while parking a trailer in town,
this comprehensive reversing set equips you for any situation.
It includes a large 7-inch colour monitor, incl. a waterproof reversing camera,
complete with a 20-metre extension lead.
The set is perfectly matched and can therefore be installed with ease.
You will find the attractive price, together with good quality,
ultimately convincing. In future, avoid expensive repairs caused by
difficulty seeing what is going on behind you.
Technical data for the monitor:
- Active matrix TFT display
- Dimensions only 171 × 115 × 16 mm (42 mm with screen)
- Response time 22 ms
- Brightness 300 cd/m²
- Contrast 250/1
- Integrated loudspeaker
- 2 video inputs
- 1 audio input
- PAL and NTSC- camera compatible
- Resolution: 480 x R.G.B. 234 pixels = 336,960
- Input voltage 12V DC
- 145° horizontal field of view
Technical data for the camera:
- Resolution 420 TV lines
- 12V ± 20%
- Protection class IP 67
- 120° field of view
- 18 IR night vision diodes
- Dimensions 70 × 41 × 6 5 mm (camera only)
- Dimensions 80 × 78 × 79 mm (camera with mounting)
- Usable from -30°C to + 60°C
- PAL system/SHARP image sensor
- Power consumption only 159 mA
- 7 inch monitor optimised for reversing systems
- Colour reversing camera
- 20 metre extension lead
- Remote control
- Front-IN AV lead
- Video-Inn lead
- Brand new goods - in original packaging
Top customer reviews
One big plus point is that you only need to run one power cable to a splitter box, that is then fed to the camera and monitor via the supplied cables - a great time saver. My only slight concern would be finding a replacement cable if the old one failed for some reason - unless I am mistaken, it is unique to this kit. I certainly haven't come across it before.
The monitor is a reasonable resolution and the controls are easy to use. The image can be set back to front or upside down, allowing you to position it and set it up however you please. There is also a second input, so you could plug in another camera, or DVD player if you wished. It has a small built in sun shield, but I can't comment on the effectiveness due to a lack of sun. Gut feeling would be that it probably doesn't shroud the monitor enough to do much. The screen itself however, is of the more non-reflective type.
The mount for the monitor has a sticky pad on the base, but it isn't really up to the job, especially if the dash has any curvature. Thankfully, the base is a thin flexible metal that can be bent into shape and there are four dimples on the feet that can be drilled out so the monitor can be screwed into the dash. (If you don't mind that!)
The camera gives a decent picture and provides a fairly wide angle without being overly distorted. The casing seems made well enough that it should survive British weather!
One feature that I thought was a great idea when I bought the kit, was the ability to wire it up to the reverse light, so the monitor only switches on when reverse is engaged. Ironically, the instructions suggest you don't bother, as if you are going backwards and forwards to manoeuvre into a space, the monitor will be blinking on and off like a strobe light. On that basis I didn't bother wiring it up. It's a novel selling point for the kit, but actually you probably are better off without it.
So there you go, a decent bit of kit that is well made throughout, easy to install and very good value for money even if it does cost a little more than some others.
It was delivered promptly and well packaged. However, I live in Spain and delivery was not available and so I had it delivered to my daughter in UK. She brought it to me when on vacation to us.
Because of the heat I have laid up my Motorhome for July and August and so was under no pressure to complete the installation in one go. So I decided to do it in 4 easy, well thought out chunks ( I am not very practical nor am I an auto electrical mechanic - the instructions in a very minor way catered for this)
Stage 1. Discreet installation of the 20 metre cable inside the 'van from central internal cupboards, down corner rear/right hand walls using slimline counduit where it might show and drilled hole through floor having checked underneath first.
Stage 2. Laid 20 metre cable under van following some existing wiring looms but taking greater care avoiding exhaust tubes. Brought it up into engine compartment and was lucky enough to find a spare grommitted hole leading into the driver's side of the cab at the fuse box. This job was more irksome and tedious than difficult.
Stage 3. Using separate piece of wire with a chocbox connection I joined the Black earth to the main body in the engine compartment. Using a separate piece of wire I connected to a spare live terminal on the live terminal battery platform. I then joined this to the Monitor live (Red) using an "in - line" fuse holder with a 2amp fuse. I then proved the system and it worked, However, although the monitor has an on/off button - in the off mode it reverts to "Standby" and is still drawing power from the battery albeit very minor. So I installed an independent, dashboard on/off switch to the "additional" wire leading directly from the battery. All wiring and spare 20 metre cable is secured and out of sight behind the fuse box cover.
Stage 4. Securing Monitor & Camera. Bent and molded shape of monitor stand to shape of facia to right of drivers instrument panel and used existing adhesive sticker. Seems quite firm. Final Put off - drilling through the motorhome for the first time. OK sounds obvious but!!! If I had measured up from the outside and drilled from the outside into the central point I would have drilled into a half inch cupboard partition!. So with great trepidation I drilled from the inside out in the close vicinity of where I had laid the end of the 20 metre cable in Stage 1. With hole made of sufficient size - checking inside and outside at each drill size change, I then inserted the camera lead and attached it to the 20metre cable. This enabled me to fix the camera to the van without it dropping. I secured the camera mounting to the van centrally using self tapping screws and loads of sillicon . I tried to short cut by fixing the camera as a whole unit. Bite the bullet and strip it out of its mounting and fix the mounting only, then re-assemble. Useless piece of information at this stage: age 60 plus, up a ladder, doing a balancing act, dropping tiny screws and washers - never to be found again - Spread a blanket under the ladders. So the camera is now mounted centrally but the wire is above and offset - the difference is barely noticeable. Used the waterproofing grommit supplied for the hole in the 'van with loads of sillicon
So was all of this in the instructions? - No. Would some wiring hints have been useful? - yes but not provided. Would some general and optimum camera fixing alignments have been useful? - yes but not provided.
And so the product is excellent hence the 5 stars. The instructions are less so and only concentrate on matching up the correct male and female sockets. A step by step layman's installation instruction would cost peanuts and would be extremely helpful irrespective of the different types of vehicle to which this system could be installed.
It is of good quality and the resolution is more than adequate. I also liked the wide angle of vision, both horizontally and vertically. This gives a good peripheral view.
It is easy to use and operate.
I liked the fact that the IP rating is advertised so that you know that what extent the camera is waterproof.
It is good that you only need to provide power at the monitor end and that this also powers the camera.
Installation is therefore probably easier than most systems - although it did take me a while.
Overall I am very pleased and whilst it is slightly more expensive than others I do think it is value for money.
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