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Reverse Backup Camera W 7" Monitor, Rear View Mirror Mount, Fits Most Vehicles on 2040-parts.com

US $10.00
Location:

Thurmont, Maryland, US

Thurmont, Maryland, US
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I am selling the camera and monitor as a set. This would make a great add on to any vehicle. I bought this but didn’t need it because my new radio already had a reverse monitor and came with a camera. I’ll list some specs below for each. Don’t let the low starting price fool you, this is a very nice system with Great quality.


A *** Koolertron Rear View License Plate Backup CMOS Camera

Key Features: High-definition and 120 degree viewing angle Built-in guideline for instant distance calculation New 7 infrared LED'S night vision Versatile compatibility can be connected to any type of monitor Waterproof and can be installed on your license plate Applicable to all type of vehicles. Easy installation and can be installed in several ways. Specifications: Image sensor: color CMOS Supports NTSC/PAL Video system Effective pixels: PAL: 628 X 582 pixels Horizontal resolutions: 420 TV lines Lens angle: 120 Degree Minimum illumination: 03 Lux, F=1.2 Video output: RCA connector, 1.0vP-P, 75ohm Power consumption: Less than150mA Power supply: DC12V Operating temperature: -20- 70 (Celsius degree) Storage temperature: -40- 80 (Celsius degree). What You Get: Waterproof car rear view camera(1 piece) Power cable(1 piece) Video cable(1 piece) User manual


B *** 7 Inch 16:9 TFT LCD Widescreen Car Rearview Monitor Mirror with Touch Button, 480(W)x 234(H) 

Screen Resolution, Car /Automobile Rear View Mirror Display Monitor Support Two Ways Of Video Output, V1/V2 Selecting

The Item Is Mainly Used For Car Surveillance, Car Rearview

7 inch 16:9 TFT LCD Widescreen Rearview Mirror Monitor With 480(W) x RGB x 234(H)=336960 Pixels, and High Quality NTSC TV System

Support Two Ways of Video Output, V1/V2 Selecting. It Will Turn To Blue Screen When No Video Signal

Rear Watching: Image Can Be Changed Left and Right

Operate Mode: Touch Keys, Remote Control

 

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