About the Crux PS-RVC
Cleans up the rear-view picture
You've got your video receiver and backup camera installed only to find interference displayed every time you put your vehicle in reverse. Often, this is caused by noise in the backup light electrical system. You simply connect a Crux PS-RVC noise suppression filter in-line with your backup camera's power cable to eliminate that visual interference. Warranty: 60 days.
Crux PS-RVC reviews
Recently purchased an aftermarket WiFi backup camera and 4" monitor package for my Kia Soul. I installed this in the tail light circuit so I could decide when to use the camera. At idle , the camera worked fine. The engine generated line noise made it impossible to use . Then, I discovered the Crutchfield solution. Simple, straight-forward cable end markings make this a 'no-brainer' to install correctly. The result, --- clear image, no noise, simple solution to an obvious design flaw by the backup camera manufacturers. They should all include the Crux PS-RVC in every package they sell!
Pros: Simple to install, instructions are on the part, takes very little space, immediate correction at all engine speeds
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More details on the Crux PS-RVC
3 Wires: The Crux PS-RVC 12-volt power noise suppressor (for reverse light signal) features the following three wires which will need to hard wired.
- 12-Volt Input (Red)
- 12-Volt Output (Red)
- 12-Volt Ground (Black)
Note: The three wires are labeled on the 12-volt power noise suppressor.
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