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Compatibility: This camera is designed for use with Kenwood in-dash
monitors, however, the standard composite video
output (RCA plug) extension cable makes it compatible with virtually any
mobile video monitor.
Chassis: The camera is built into a compact waterproof aluminum case, making it
perfect for mounting outside the vehicle.
CMOS Optics: The 1/4" color CMOS image sensor has approximately 310,000 pixels to deliver a high
Lens: The 135° horizontal and 105° vertical viewing angles provide an
excellent near field view of anything behind you. The camera gives you a mirror
image for rear view confirmation.
Illumination Range: The rear-view camera provides an
illumination range of approximately 0.9 to 100,000 lux. It offers less light
distortion from nearby light sources.
Power Supply: The hideaway power supply
box (0.825" x 0.855" x 2.795") features a 2-pin Molex plug on one end that
connects to the camera extension harness which plugs into the camera's cable
proprietary connector, supplying power and signal. The length of the camera
cable is 26.5' when combined with the camera extension harness. The extension
harness also includes a 57" RCA output lead that feeds the signal to your
monitor. On the other end of the hideaway power supply box is a 4-pin Molex plug
that connects the power harness which includes the 39" power wire, 39" ground
wire and 16.5' reverse sensor wire which all will all need to be hardwired to
your vehicle's electrical system.
Mounting: The rear-view camera comes supplied with a metal
mounting bracket that attaches to the camera with two supplied machine screws
and attaches to your vehicle with its self-adhesive backing or included
mounting screw. Once the camera is installed in the mounting bracket the
camera's angle can be adjusted to work in your application.