PM39B3: Premium Reversing Camera Kit - 7" Mirror Mount Screen + Sony CCD Brake Light Camera for Vauxhall Vivaro/Renault Trafic

PM39B3: Premium Reversing Camera Kit - 7" Mirror Mount Screen + Sony CCD Brake Light Camera for Vauxhall Vivaro/Renault Trafic

RRP: £231.00
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Availability 9 item(s) available
Weight 2.50 kg

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This is one of our latest models, where the monitor powers up the camera down an all in one cable.  This makes the system easy to fit and avoids canbus issues that may arise on normal systems due to taking power supplies for the camera from the reversing light.

This particular system uses the 7" Mirror mounted monitor with the 1/3" Sony 960H 700TVL CCD Vauxhall Vivaro/Renault Trafic Brake light Camera (please check dimensions are the same as your existing brake light to ensure compatibility).

The monitor uses a Hi-Res digital panel screen with more than 3 times the amount of pixels of the standard screens most other retailers sell.   (Please note some sellers multiply the first number by 3 for RGB, if we were to do that it sounds even more impressive (2400x480).  We prefer to keep it simple but check carefully our competitors, the last number is normally better to go by as this is the number of lines of pixels.

Our systems work on either 12V or 24V, no switches it will adjust to the voltage automatically, this also protects the kit from any surges from the vehicle upto 32V, which is why we have such a good reliability record from these voltage protected kits.

We supply with a 2 year Guarantee with us, meaning we will repair or replace any non-user damaged parts that are deemed faulty.  Our failure rate is very low even beyond these two years, if you have a problem outside of 2 years we should still have compatible parts and possible repairs for reasonable amounts.

The parts of this kit will have been tested twice, once by the factory and once by us.  We check all the items in the kit including all cables, trigger wires, IR leds and menu functions to reduce any chance of having a non working part.  Our fault rate is extremely low, and we just like to ensure that we avoid any imperfection slipping past.  This is why professional fitters love us.  


Dimensions to check your existing brake light is the same size:

Approx 230mm width x 78mm height


Technical Specs


Display size : 7" Diagonally Measured
Power Consumption : 7.5W
Power : 12V-24V
TV System : PAL/NTSC (Auto detect)
Resolution : 800(w)*RGB*480(H)
Video Input : Dual Video Inputs.  Blue screen when no signal input.


Image Device:1/3 SONY 818 CCD 960H 700TVL
TV System: PAL
Effective Pixels: 976*582
Scanning System: 2:1 Interlace
Sync. System: Internal
Resolution: 700 TV lines
Minimum Illumination:0 Lux (IR leds on)
Video Output:1.0vp-p,75Ohm
Gamma Consumption: 0.45
AGC: Auto
S/N Ratio: Better than 48dB
White Balance: Auto
Electronic Shutter: 1/50Sec-12.5μSec (PAL) / 1/60Sec-12μSec (NTSC)
BLC: Auto
Current Consumption:100mA
Waterproof to Ip68
Infra red LEDs to provide night view
Mirror image only

Yes you can as the monitor is supplying the power to the camera and not the reverse light feed. You can power the camera on whenever you feel like it and leave it on whilst driving.
Yes, if you attach a reverse light feed to the trigger wire on the monitor (green wire) then it will automatically switch the monitor on and display the reversing camera. If you have two cameras attached and have the monitor on already viewing the alternative camera then it will switch across and once you have deselected reverse it will then switch back to the camera you were watching.
Yes, we have supplied these adaptors for numerous Bailey motorhomes owners including our own, there are a few more motorhome manufacturers that use the new style Waeco cable, please view the picture in the listing to see if yours is the same.
We have been specialising in reversing cameras for more than a decade, it's not a sideline for us, we don't need to stick on a big margin to justify keeping stock of the products. We simply sell thousands of kits and items per year and through all that time and experience we have built up a reliable selection of products with a very low fault rate (which means less margin needed to account for that). We realise that the internet is a very competitive market place, so we have found putting our prices to the lowest we can afford to, we sell more, which then generates enough overall profit to sustain the business. Our prices on the site are pretty much on par with trade prices so we get a lot of bulk purchase customers.
This used to puzzle us in the old days until we found the reason. It was a puzzle how auction site sellers were able to sell a system, pay the seller fees/postage to a customer and pay for staff/make a profit for less than we could bulk buy 1000's units of a similar system direct from the factory. We found out that everytime a factory has a bad run on quality control checks they sell the parts to be recycled and broken down for components. Unscrupulous sellers bring them to this country and send them out to people on the auction sites at crazy low prices, some will never be fitted (profit), some will be fitted months later and the customer won't be able to ask for their money back (profit), some will be fitted quickly and the customer complains (send another in the hope it works for a few months - smaller profit). I've had regular customers that went away temporarily to buy from the auction sites until they have a 70% plus failure rate and being fitters having to drive back and forth replacing wiring/monitors is cutting in to profits. It's the old saying "if it looks too good to be true then it usually is", we price our kits up to be very competitive and we make sure the spec is the highest we can. I have lost count of the amount of phone calls I get that start "I bought a system off (well known auction site)...", they are never happy when they realise that they will be installing a camera system for a second time and the first installation was a complete waste of their time.
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