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EchoMaster CAM-WLP

Wireless backup cam

Item # 541CAMWLP

When you shift your vehicle into reverse, the CAM-WLP wirelessly sends a video signal to the included...

When you shift your vehicle into reverse, the CAM-WLP wirelessly sends a video signal to the included...

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Item # 541CAMWLP

In stock
$129.99

About the EchoMaster CAM-WLP

Save installation time

An essential part of installing a backup camera is running cable from the rear of your car to the monitor or receiver up front in your dash. EchoMaster's CAM-WLP wireless backup camera simplifies the process. When you shift your vehicle into reverse, the CAM-WLP wirelessly sends a video signal to the included receiver module connected to your monitor (not included). You'll gain a 140° view of what's behind you and a crisp picture even in low light situations.

Save installation time

An essential part of installing a backup camera is running cable from the rear of your car to the monitor or receiver up front in your dash. EchoMaster's CAM-WLP wireless backup camera simplifies the process. When you shift your vehicle into reverse, the CAM-WLP wirelessly sends a video signal to the included receiver module connected to your monitor (not included). You'll gain a 140° view of what's behind you and a crisp picture even in low light situations.

Skip a step

EchoMaster provides a license plate bracket as well as a lip mount bracket for two mounting options. Once you mount the CAM-WLP camera and wire the camera and receiver for power, you'll connect the wireless receiver to the RCA video input of your monitor or touchscreen stereo, When the camera and receiver have been wirelessly paired, you'll see video when you back up.

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Product highlights:

  • CMOS wireless rear-view camera and wireless receiver
  • universal fit
  • license plate-style and lip mounting options
  • 140-degree wide angle
  • waterproof (IP67 rating)
  • minimum illumination: 0.1 Lux
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # CAM-WLP

What's in the box:

  • Backup camera w/ integrated license plate bracket and attached 58" video cable
  • Wireless transmitter w/ attached 38" power & ground wires
  • Wireless receiver w/ attached 21" composite video cable / reverse trigger wire and 58" power/ground wires
  • Lip mount bracket
  • Two 5/8" screws
  • One 28mm machine screw
  • Lock-washer
  • 4" Section of heat-shrink tubing
  • 4 Wire taps
  • 4 Crimp-on spade terminals
  • Three 5.5" wire ties
  • 2.5" 3M adhesive pad
  • User manual
  • Warranty card

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Features & specs

Features and Specs
Camera Type Rear-view
Resolution 480p x 272p
Parking Guidelines No
Lux Rating 0.1
Selectable Views N
Reversed Image N/A
Horizontal Viewing Angle 140
Vertical Viewing Angle N/A
Wireless Yes
Plug type Composite video

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Features

Overview: The Echomaster CAM-WLP universal wireless backup camera is designed to easily install in most vehicles, without the need for running wires and video cables through the vehicle, and can be used with any standard display-type radio or monitor with a composite video input available.

Note: This camera is meant as a visual aid only; never solely rely on the camera. In addition to using the camera, always physically look to make sure everything is clear around your vehicle

Camera: The CAM-WLP includes a 1.3" CMOS camera that can provide a 140° viewing angle of the area behind your vehicle. The camera has a LUX setting of 0.1, providing clear visibility in low-light conditions, and is IP67 rated, making it impervious to dust and water spray ingress.

Wireless TX/RX: The CAM-WLP uses a 2.4GHz wireless connection to transmit video images from the rear of the vehicle to the front.

  • Transmitter (TX): The rear-mounted Transmitter features a 2-wire connection that ties into both the vehicle's reverse wire, for both powering and triggering it, and ground.
  • Receiver (RX): The Receiver module features power and ground connections, that can be tied into the radio's wiring, along with a standard composite video output plug for running to a monitor or display-type radio (sold separately). The Receiver unit also includes a Trigger Output wire that can be connected to the monitor or radio's reverse trigger input wire, for switching the screen automatically when the vehicle is put into reverse. The wireless Transmitter and Receiver have a communication distance of up to 150 feet (outdoors with no obstructions).

Mounting: The CAM-WLP camera comes pre-mounted to the included license plate backet, that's designed to use the top set of license plate screws on standard license plates without having to drill new mounting holes. An optional lip-mount bracket is also included for mounting the camera to the surface overhanging the license plate, if applicable, or to the underside of a bumper. Both camera mounts allow approximately 45° of downward tilt from the horizontal position.

Transmitter Wiring:

  • Red: +12V (when in reverse)
  • Black: Chassis ground

Receiver Wiring:

  • Red: +12V (switched power)
  • Black: Chassis ground
  • Orange: Reverse trigger output (to radio's reverse input wire)

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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Recommended by the Advisor [ Albert  Feb 17, 2020 ]
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Ease of installation [ DeAnna  Nov 12, 2019 ]
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Sam help me with! [ Robert  Sep 20, 2019 ]
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Your website stated in matches my kenwood head unit [ Floyd  Jun 07, 2019 ]

5 questions already asked

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does the wiring have to be spliced into taillights?
[ Kevin  Feb 18, 2020 ]
2 answers
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If you want power and video while in reverse yes. Or you can run a constant wire to a switch to toggle on and off.
[ Andrew  Feb 18, 2020 ]
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Yes
[ Scott  Feb 18, 2020 ]
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What do you with the trigger wire coming off the wireless receiver ?
[ AB  Jan 10, 2020 ]
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connect it to the reverse lights
[ A  Feb 12, 2020 ]
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I am using my CAM-WLP with a Kenwood DNR476S, so I connected the CAM-WLP's trigger wire (orange) to the REVERSE (purple/white) wire of the DNR476S.
[ Nat  Feb 11, 2020 ]
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Hook it to the reverse light. I put the unit inside the car near one of the lights and went thru and hooked it to the wiring harness going into the light. I soldered it and then wrapped it to make sure the lights always worked. I got my 12 power there too so I do have to turn on the lights for the backup camera to work. Don't forget to put a trigger on the front receiver as well. I found that up by the dash. Call Crutchfield, they are always there to help. - Good luck, Allen
[ ALLEN  Feb 11, 2020 ]
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Sorry - I misread that. The trigger wire from the receiver connects to the head-end so it knows that the camera's been activated.
[ John  Feb 11, 2020 ]
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You connect it to the reverse/back-up light circuit so that the receiver is triggered when the car is put in reverse.
[ John  Feb 11, 2020 ]
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What is the range on this unit? I ask because i am considering getting one to go on the back of my 26' Travel Trailer which travels behind a 19 foot Yukon XL. :-)
[ Alan  Jan 03, 2020 ]
4 answers
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I have had 2 of them die on me in less than a year. Switched to a hardwired one. Not sure on the range. Wasn't happy with viewing angle or clarity
[ Rick  Jan 05, 2020 ]
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I can not tell you if this will work at this range. The camera is very clear on the license plate of my crew cab Silverado. Call Crutchfield and see if they can help.
[ EDWARD J  Jan 05, 2020 ]
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How would I know the answer this question, I have a Mitsibushi 3000GT. Much, much smaller.
[ Nat  Jan 03, 2020 ]
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It's going to depend a *lot* on what exactly is between the camera's transmitter and the receiver up front. If it's a lot of steel or aluminum, the signal may not make it through. You have some flexibility as to where the transmitter can be installed, and some flexibility where the receiver can be installed, but I wouldn't bet on the signal making it that far through, say, an aluminum-bodied trailer and a steel tailgate on the Yukon.
[ John  Jan 03, 2020 ]
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Will unit work with a dual xdvd176bt?
[ Brad  Oct 27, 2019 ]
1 answer
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Indeed it will. This camera should work with any unit that has a standard RCA video input.
[ Calvin  Nov 06, 2019 ]  Staff
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Can this also be used as a front facing camera?
[ Robert  Oct 01, 2019 ]
3 answers
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I am not sure. You would have to wire a switch to turn it on the same way its wirec when in reverse
[ Rick  Oct 01, 2019 ]
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The camera is triggered by reverse lights in the back. If you can get around that, I don't see why you can't put this camera anywhere you want within its broadcasting range.
[ Myong Jin  Oct 01, 2019 ]
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Probably. You'd need to tap a power source other than the reverse lights, so it has power when you're not backing up. That should be relatively easy from the front bumper/grille.
[ John  Oct 01, 2019 ]
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