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Overview: The Accele RVCLPMB Rearview Camera is designed to
provide you a clear wide-angle view from the rear of your vehicle. It can be used
to assist you in backing up the vehicle, or to keep an eye on an item you are
towing. It can be connected to a separate rear-view monitor, or to many in-dash
audio-video head units with a composite video or rear-camera input.
Parking Assistance: The camera features a three-color grid to
assist you in backing into a parking space. The grid features green, yellow, and
red lines (with a flashing "Stop!") to help you determine how close you
are to an obstacle.
Note: The camera does not have a proximity
sensor or audible warning system.
Compatibility: The Accele RVCLPMB rearview camera features a
standard composite video output (RCA plug) which makes it compatible with virtually
any mobile video monitor featuring a rear view camera input.
1/3" Color CCD: The RVCLPMB's rearview camera features a
1/3" color CCD image sensor with approximately 259,776 effective pixels (528
horizontal x 492 vertical). The rearview camera offers a 170° vertical and horizontal
viewing angle providing an excellent field of vision behind you in your vehicle. The
rearview camera provides minimum illumination 0.1 lux.
Mounting Bracket: The RVCLPMB attaches to your vehicle's
existing license plate frame with its integrated metal mounting bracket (screws
Supplied Cables: The rearview camera features an attached
22" power/signal cable which connects to the supplied 23' composite video
cable and 40" power/ground cable. The composite video cable is then routed
from outside of the vehicle through your vehicle's interior to your vehicle's
display monitor or optional stand-alone monitor. The power/ground cable needs
be connected to your vehicle's 12-volt electrical system.