7" HD Touch Screen Car Monitor for Mercedes-Benz GLK (X204)

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Short Review. 7″ in-dash HD touch screen car monitor for Mercedes-Benz GLK (X204) cars with ability of navigation system, DVD player and rear view camera connection.


Note! This item is available on pre-order only.

This 7 ″ touch screen car monitor is designed exclusively for in-dash installation in Mercedes-Benz GLK (X204) cars.
You can connect navigation system, DVD player, and rear view camera to the monitor and control these external video sources with original command knob. Due to its design the monitor perfectly fits in the car interior and does not spoil the dashboard appearance.

Car Monitor for Mercedes-Benz GLK

  • 7" Touch screen display
    • Resolution: 800 × 480 pixels
  • RGB input for navigation system
    • NTSC resolution: 400 px × 240 px/ 480 px × 240 px
    • HD RGB resolution: 800 px ×480 px
  • Rear camera input
  • DVD player input
  • AV1/AV2 video system: NTSC/PAL/SECAM automatic switch
  • Using original comand knob to control navigation / DVD
  • Navigation touch screen control

Car Monitor for Mercedes-Benz GLK
Technical Specifications

Dimensions (at extreme points) 268 mm × 117 mm × 31 mm
Weight 430 g
Power consumption 2.4 W
Operation current 0.2 A
Operation Voltage 12 V
Standby current 5 mA
Operation temperature -40°C to +85°C

Car Monitor for Mercedes-Benz GLK
Appearance in Interior

Car  Monitor for Mercedes Benz GLK Appearance in Interior

Car Monitor for Mercedes-Benz GLK

Car Monitor for Mercedes-Benz GLK
Package Content

  • Car monitor
  • Cables kit
  • CAN box

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