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Premium HD LCD touch panel monitor: 720P with 6.86 inch screen
New Solar-Optimized Panels: Redesigned to capture sun from the best angles
Even if you're great at driving your vehicle in reverse, you can still stand to benefit from a TYPE S HD wireless backup camera with extended battery. This camera gives you a clear view of everything that's around you while you're backing up so that you can avoid pedestrians and other obstacles. Plus, since it doesn't require any wires, you can install the camera on any type of vehicle, no matter how large or small.
If you're not too handy when it comes to vehicle modifications, the TYPE S wireless backup camera is perfect for you. That's because the entire system can operate without running any wires through your vehicle. In fact, the only wire that's needed is a cord to power the HD display, which can easily be plugged into your vehicle's auxiliary power outlet.
All of the video information is sent wirelessly from the camera to the display. As an added bonus, the camera itself is solar-powered so that you don't have to run any extra wires to the rear of your vehicle.
The TYPE S wireless backup camera has been designed with an impressive 160-degree view to ensure you don't miss any potential hazards. Additionally, the 720p HD display shows you everything you need to see even in bright sunlight.
Another enhancement of this camera is night vision. This feature makes the best use of available light so that you can see the important details of your dark surroundings.
As long as you can perform a few basic installation steps, you'll quickly be up and running with the TYPE S wireless backup camera. To install the camera, simply tighten a few screws to hold the camera frame in place. The solar panels on the frame power the camera and provide energy to the batteries to power the camera when it's dark.
Then, install the display mount on your windshield, connect the power supply to your power outlet, power on the display, and you're good to go.
The 3rd generation TYPE S Wireless Solar-Powered HD Backup Camera is the most powerful yet. With the addition of a second lithium-ion battery, the power capacity is now doubled to 5000mAh. Repositioned solar panels capture more sunlight, thus maximizing solar-charging efficiency. A wave of the hand activates the high definition, touchscreen monitor. This system is extendable. Increase your safety by adding a second camera for a split-screen front and rearview. Add-On Wireless Parking Camera sold separately.
12.83”W x 1.46”D x 6”H
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I have owned both the 1st and 2nd generation of these backup cameras. The Extended Battery Life wide angle version is really an upgrade to 1st generation. It has a clearly visible wide angle view monitor and both monitor and camera were easy to install. The 2nd generation model has a split screen option, so I am going to attach the 1st generation camera to the front license plate to get both front and rear views. I highly recommend this product.
I am impressed and now I depend on the "Backup Camera with Extend Battery Life"as a gift. It was ready to go out of the box and setup was quick and best of all now wires run, other than the monitor USB power. Great for safety and avoiding bumpers when parking. Flexible mounting arm and rotating monitor gives you options. No battery issues even after a cloudy week, and the solar charged as expected, thought I would be happy to charge using the camera USB charge port when needed. I use the 30 second camera timeout instead of 60 or 90 seconds, but a quick tap on the screen wakes it up. I mounted the monitor on the windshield, just resting on top of the dashboard, which I felt was better than under the mirror or in the console. I recommend using a dual usb charger instead of the provided single capacity 12volt adapter. The only negatives was during the rain, but my other vehicle with a factory camera has a similar rain problem. I'm excited about buying a front facing camera to take advantage of the split screen option for a forward parking in the garage or even for 4wheeling. I had passed it over at Costco, but it is well worth $159 so I have been recommending it to my friends. I was spoiled by my minivan's backup camera so this made my old truck feel modern. After my positive experience I will consider other TypeS products.
The camera and wide screen monitor work just as advertised. My only complaint is that I believe that there should be an audible alarm when you're getting close to an object. Otherwise, I think the unit is great.
First, the camera is as easy to install and use as advertised. Simply charge, install in your license plate holder, plug in the screen, and go.
A few key flaws.
1. The display can ONLY be powered by a cigarette lighter accessory port. This means the port is completely tied up, so you are out of luck if you have something else that needs the port like a dash cam or phone charger. In some cars, the port is in a cramped spot which makes a splitter difficult to add.
2. The camera is washed out in bright light or rain.
3. The curved backing of the display screen can make it impossible to hold on a grip mount, you have to use the unsightly suction cup/arm that it comes with
4. The camera will randomly turn on all the time, so you will need to unplug it or otherwise switch off the display if you don't need to see it.
This is convenient when you use your car a lot like me. I noticed that the shadows from the trees will activate the motion sensor while driving so I set it to near to see if it'll fix it if not just turn it off. A pretty useful and neat piece of tech. I recommend it