Rear view camera installation on RV

Rear view camera RV installation

For that very large blind spot that exists on an RV, a rear view camera makes it much safer to backed one up.  Should you have a need to install one on your RV, the article below explains how to do it. If you are interested in a rear view camera for your vehicle click on the ad below or try this web site.

How to Install an RV Rearview Camera | Trails.com

“RV’s depend on side mirrors to give drivers a view from the back of their vehicle. This makes it easy to misjudge distances and miss small obstacles. Backup cameras eliminate these problems, and they have a better field of view than rear view mirrors. Good backup cameras, with wide angle lenses of 100 degrees or more, and infrared led lights, can capture everything that’s going on behind you, day or night. To make installation a snap, choose a wireless unit that’s rugged and weatherproof. If you’d like to hear what’s behind you, make sure your camera has a mic”

Sourcehttp://www.trails.com/how_14224_install-rv-rearview-camera.html


Installing a rear view camera on the license plate of a vehicle is a relatively simple matter.  We hope this article describes the process to make it much easier for you.

Rear view camera Rear view camera
License Plate Rear Camera
Night Vision (black and white), High Definition, and Wide View Angles
Size: 9.8″ x 1.2″ x 1.6″; Color: Black
Compatible with: NTSC & PAL. Camera displays in color during the day and black/white at night.
Package Contents: 1 x Camera, 1 x Power Cable, 1 x Video Extension Cable.