Universal Rear View Camera with CCDII Sensor

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Short Review. Universal CCD rear view camera in waterproof case with 1/4" Sony Super HAD II image sensor.148° viewing angle.


Universal CCD rear view camera in waterproof case with 1/4" Sony Super HAD II image pick-up device. Car rear view camera is one of the best parking assistance devices providing you wide field of view and colourful image. This reverse camera is designed to be connected to any car monitor with a composite yellow RCA jack.

If you want to install camera without cutting into wiring or breaking car trim, use transmitter and receiver kit.

Note! This camera is not meant for constant connection to car's electrical system. Power supply should be organized in such way that the camera switches on only when it is necessary. We also recommend using voltage converter 12 V to 7 V.

How to Connect a Car Camera

FAQ on Camera Connection

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This is reverse camera with parking guidelines by default. If you don't want the guidelines to be displayed, cut the white wire.

Camera wire

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Technical Specifications

Sensor 1/4″ Sony Super HAD II Colour CCD
Video system NTSC
Resolution 520 TVL
Viewing angle 148° (D) / 110° (H) / 80° (V)
Video output 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ohm
Current consumption 150 mA max (at 12 DC)
Minimum illumination 0.1 Lux
Case Waterproof IP68
Operating voltage 12 V (6V to 15 V)
Dimensions 29 × 29 × 20 mm
Operating temperature -25°C to +80°C

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Package Content

  • Reverse camera with cables
  • Power cable
  • Video cable

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