Gadget Extreme

Pyle PLCM7200 7-Inch TFT Mirror Monitor with Rearview Night Vision Camera

  • 7” TFT (16:9)Wide Screen – Viewing Angle:U/D90° L/R120° – License Plate Mount
  • Universal Clip on Existing Mirrors – Power Comsumption:6W – Anti Glare Mirror
  • Wireless Remote Control – Auto Switch PAL/NTSC – Screen Dimensions: 10.19”W x4.25”H x 1.81”D
  • Resolution:480xRGBx234 – Dual Video Input(DVD/CAMERA/GAME) – Camera Dimensions: 8.46” W x1.29”H x 1.37”D
  • Contrast Ratio:400 CD/M2 – Rearview Night Vision Camera

This kit includes a nightvision-capable rear view camera and clip-on rear view mirror for your vehicle. The camera installs easily above your license plate and outputs crystal clear video over an RCA jack. The monitor clips to your rear view mirror. The monitor detects when you back up and shows the camera on screen. When you put your car back in drive, the image disappears – and your mirror becomes a mirror again. Perfect for backing into tight spots or moving in reverse when visibility is limited – it’s like having an extra eye. And this model comes with nightvision LEDs, which illuminate the area behind you at night. This small and durable unit will keep you safe and secure because you’ll always know what’s going on around you. The mirror also has multiple video inputs so you can hook up a portable DVD player or iPod. There is a seam that runs around the body of the camera itself. That seam is marine coated, however in environments that vary in temperature greatly, the plastic can contract and let in water. We suggest using clear silicone to go around that seam approximately 0.25″ in width. This covers the expansion and contraction of the plastic body.

Price: $173.99

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This entry was posted on February 8, 2014 by in Electronics and tagged , , .
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