Since we don't have eyes in the back of our heads, these backup cameras give you peace of mind when you're in reverse and keep you and your passengers safe and sound.
With the advances in camera technology, backup cameras have become a key component of vehicle safety. Providing a view of an area otherwise “out of site”, the backup cameras help drivers avoid objects and people while going in reverse. Backup cameras makes it easy for drivers to add this valuable safety feature to their cars, trucks, and RVs. When considering a backup camera, there are a couple of things to decide before purchasing:
- Are you more comfortable with a monitor built into the rearview mirror, or a separate monitor? Some models embed the monitor in a rear-view mirror, which replaces the existing mirror in the vehicle.
- If you decide to go with a separate monitor, your next decision is the size. These range from 3.5” to 7”. When making this decision, consider ease of viewing and placement/space within your vehicle. Your choice may be limited based on the layout of your vehicle’s interior.
Whatever your preference, installing a backup camera in your car, truck or RV is a smart choice. The 7” and the rearview mirror models connect to a radio transmitter mounted in the back of the vehicle. Our 3.5” and 4.3” backup cameras are based on a digital signal and do not require a separate transmitter to be mounted inside the back of the vehicle. So, even with limited DIY experience, you can install backup cameras.
The water-resistant color camera attaches to the rear of a vehicle and transmits to an LCD color monitor built into the included rear view mirror using a 2.4 GHz wireless transmitter. The included rear view mirror fits safely over any existing rear-view mirror. Wireless backup cameras ensure easy, no-hassle installation and a clean implementation into any vehicle. Save hundreds of dollars on installation costs and have a new backup camera added to your vehicle in minutes.
Installation instructions and all mounts are included with all backup cameras.