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Dual Digital Wireless Backup camera 7 inch Monitor Vehicle Security System Features:

-This system mainly used on Car/SUV/Pickup/RV/5th Wheel/Truck/Motorhome/Trailers/Campers/MPV/SUV/Caravan/Pickup with No Interference signals HD Clear pictures etc
-We also could offer a free 7DB antenna with 12ft extension cord,it would enhance the signal or mount the camera in some special locations,if you need one, contact us.
-The monitor screen can set default start up/off auto when power come on/off.
-We provided a car cigarette adapter with on/off switch to supply power for monitor from cigarette lighter,We also provided a extra power cords to power supply the monitor from ACC/Fuse/Radio ect.
-The screen pictures are color HD picture at days
-The Camera is IP69K waterproof with 12 LED IR Night Vision
-The system can be set up to work in reversing or constantly in driving optional by you.
-The monitor with 2 different mount to hook on dash,If you need a windshield mount,please contact us get one free.
-We provided instructions manual and video for all customer,contact us if you didn’t get it.
– 2 year warranty

7″ Monitor Specification:
-Met FCC/CE/RoHS/UL/IP6X standard
-Resolution: 720P
-Effective Pixels: 960 (H) * 720 (V) Pixels
-Video Frequency: PAL/NTSC
-Power: DC 9V-35V

Rear view Camera Specification:
-The product itself 100% safety and met any FCC/CE/RoHS/UL/IP6X standard
-Resolution: 800 TV Lines
-Effective Pixels: 960 (H) * 576 (V) Pixels/NTSC
-Lens Viewing Angle: 150 Degrees
-Waterproof IP Rate: IP69K
-Power: DC12V-24V

Package Included:
1 x 7 LCD Monitor
2 x Back up Camera
3 x Antennas
3 x Power Cords
2 x Vertical Mount Bracket
1 x User Manual
1 x Lighter adapter

Product Features

  • Upgrade Dual Digital Wireless: Digital wireless certification,100% No Interference , Stable Image even in Speed of 110Miles/H.The Digital wireless module Built-in the Monitor and Camera, You just need to hook the antennas and power to them, They will transport video signals auto.
  • IP69K Waterproof Camera:Upgraded 150°viewing Wide-angle.Easy to hook up to combat bad weather. It’s also fog resistant with a night vision ability.We provided professional Instructions in the package, The wireless range over 660 ft in open empty area.Working on Vehicle range 70 ft.
  • The Monitor was built-in a digital wireless receiver.it was easy and simple to connect to power to cigarette lighter /ACC/Fuse/Radio ect,You can mount the monitor on dash with two bracket base,but if you need a windshield mount,please contact us get free one.
  • Connecting the camera to running light / tail lights for driving&continuous Observation use ,connecting the camera to reverse lights for reverse use only, You can switch the image between Rear View Front ViewThe system Voltage Range From 12-24V DC Power to Accomodate a Wide Variety of Large Cars,SUV,Pickup Semi-Trailer/Box Truck/5th Wheel/Trailer/Bus
  • We provided a professional instruction in package.If you have any product questions,pelase contact us.We offer Warranty 2 year and provide tech support and replacement service : leekooluu@outlook.com

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Although this is designed for a large truck or RV I used it as a real time observation setup for my shop and yard. I mounted the cameras above arms reach and used a regulated 12 power source. The monitor immediately paired with both cameras and displayed split screen. While not 1080P the resolution was perfect for this use. The hardest part is mounting the cameras and that was easy with all the different mounting brackets provided. Remember, Red is positive and Black is negative. Be…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I previously had purchased the 4.3 inch backup system from this vendor. I found the monitor to be too small for my eyes. I asked the vendor and they told me that they sell this 7″ monitor. I ordered it. Although it is not 100% plug compatible with the old simpler 4.3″ monitor (this 7″ offers more wires), it was fairly simple to remove the old wires, connect up the 2 wires for power using the new provided bunch of cables, plug in the video from the camera, and voila, picture on the new…

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