Wired Backup Camera SystemKocchi's2021-04-20T16:16:32+08:00
7″ Wired Rear View Camera System
727N02041 backup camera system is complete with a crystal clear 7″ DIGITAL TFT LCD color monitor with distance grid lines and mirror image capability, a 2 channel built-in multiplexer with automatic system switch, 120° SHARP 700TVL backup camera with infra-red night vision, and all the wires, connectors and mounts you will need. The rearview camera is completely waterproof with an IP69K rating, strong and reliable, shock resistant, with a 10G vibration rating, and comes with a full-year warranty.
727N02041 rear view camera system can also be upgraded easily with additional cameras that display side views. Side view camera shows you an expanded view of a lane beside you when you use your turn signal, or when you activate the feature manually.
7″ Digital Screen TFT LCD Monitor with Removable Sun Visor
Set each camera Trigger Priority
Set each camera reversing image delay time 0-30s
Support 2-4 cameras inputs & Split view
USA Techwell Automotive Digital Video Processor
Dual Aluminum Shell camera IP69K Waterproof and 10G Vibration
DC8~32V wide voltage
Viewing angle: 120°
Mirror/Normal image configurable
For Trucks、Buses、Farm Tractor、Heavy Equipments、Fork-lifts 、RVs、Security Escorts
Heavy Duty, IP69K Waterproof
Although many backup camera systems are available on the market, note that most of them are designed for general use under specific conditions. Kocchi’s technology definitely distinguishes us from other products designed for automobiles or recreational vehicles. Right now all our cameras are ruggedly built and are IP69K certified, they are protected against close-range high pressure, high-temperature spray downs.
Vacuum Sealed & Nitrogen-pressurized
The camera is back-filled with dry Nitrogen (N2) after air is evacuated to prevent condensation of water within the optics that could reduce visibility or damage the electronic and optical parts within the camera enclosure. This is the key feature of our cameras that enables them to typically last 10-20 years in outdoor environments.