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Crux PS-RVC

Noise suppressor — eliminates interference caused by your backup light electrical system

Item # 249PSRVC

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Item # 249PSRVC

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$19.99

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.

What's in the box:

  • 12V Power noise suppressor (for reverse light signal)
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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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6 questions already asked

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Installed new led reverse lights and now have static when I press the brake pedal...will this product solve my issues?
[ Christopher  Apr 14, 2020 ]
2 answers
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Christopher... There are is sufficient missing information in your query to make anything other than a guess as a response. This filter works for me for a back-up camera that gets it's B+ (12v) from the brake light circuit. It's not a problem if the engine is off -- but rather provided enough filtering to rid me of electrical static in the monitor for that back-up camera.... so if it's line filtering that you need --- this is a simple solution. Here's additional information we would need to help you: 1) when you say 'static' I assume that it's coming through the radio speakers when those LEDs are energized. If this happens only when the engine is running ... then the filter is a good bet to resolve the issue. If this happens without the engine running -- then the issue may be the car's / truck's electrical system (they are not all the same) may be reading the much lower current required by the LEDs as a circuit issue (blown lamp / open circuit, etc.) and that may have a resulting impact in your sound system...2.) you didn't mention what type of vehicle this is happening in --- which -- again -- if this is creating the static with the engine not running -- check with the manufacturer to see if you can integrate LEDs into your lighting system with out adding additional circuits to rid you of these issues. Good Luck!
[ David  Apr 22, 2020 ]
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Hard to say.... I saw some improvement but it was not consistent. If I were you I'd go ahead and do it since it's relatively inexpensive and easy to install. Good luck.
[ Philip  Apr 21, 2020 ]
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I don't have a backup camera YET but I am getting humming noise that get a high pitch as I accelerate. I figure it was a grounding issue so I ran a ground wire from my battery to my amp and radio still got the annoying hum. Will this help me out???
[ Julio  Jul 08, 2019 ]
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Hi Julio, thank you for your question. It does sound like a grounding wire issue, but the Crux PS-RVC Noise suppressor, won't be your best solution. I suggest making sure your ground wire is making a solid connection with the metallic body of your car, and a strong connection with your amp and be sure that the ground wire is the same gauge as your power wire. If you purchased your gear from us, please contact tech support with your order number, they will able to pull up your order, and help you with trying to track down the source of your issue. If you did not purchase your gear from us, chat with an Advisor online, or by phone at 1-800-324-9695. They will be able to speak with you about your current setup, and see if we may have a better solution for you.
[ Jess  Jul 19, 2019 ]  Staff
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I've wired my camera to my head units constant power. And I've wired the head units cam trigger to reverse tail light. I've also grounded at the tail light. Will this item eliminate the Interferance, if see can you please provide example on how to wire?
[ Kaipo  Mar 22, 2019 ]
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I had a similar issue when connectjng the backup camera to my radio and this device did not help. In fact, it got worse. I finally decided to disconnect the ground wire from the tail light and the interference then cleared up. So I tapped off the rear ground and it has been fine since.
[ Harvey Lewis  Apr 01, 2019 ]
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The real answer is you MUST have a good ground. Even if it means a hard wire to the frame. This should help with any other interference from the car alternator
[ CHRIS  Apr 01, 2019 ]
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Will this eliminate the feed back I get thru my aftermarket sub when I am backing up?
[ Jay  Jan 26, 2019 ]
1 answer
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If you are only getting the noise when the vehicle is in reverse, yes, The PS-RVC should help.
[ Ryan  Jan 26, 2019 ]  Staff
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Will this work on a 6v factory camera?
[ JOSH  Nov 10, 2017 ]
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This filter is made for 12volt applications specifically. We do not offer a 6volt version but Crux may offer one. You can reach them directly by dialing: 855-822-1348
[ Ryan  Nov 14, 2017 ]  Staff
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