||Even with side-view and rear-view mirrors,
its impossible to see everything thats behind
your vehicle, especially with todays larger SUVs.
Donnellys rear vision cameras and dual source flip-down
LCD monitor lets you see everything behind you and your
vehicle. Rear exterior cameras can make alignment with
a trailer a breeze. Cameras can also be extended to the
interior or exterior of trailers in tow. An interior headliner
camera keeps watch on infants. This camera even features
infrared emitters for full viewing in the dark.
|Rearvision camera on RV.
|Exterior camera housing for boat or RV.
||A camera with LED emitters provides invisible light
for night vision.
||Rearvision camera off radar arch tower.
||LCD monitor on sport yacht helm.
As an option, we can install a rearview mirror containing
an integral LCD monitor which displays your rear vision camera.
A small 4-inch LCD flushed into the visor works equally well.
A video switcher can provide a quick rotation between multiple
cameras or a multiplexer can display four images on a single
screen. Rearvision cameras can be channeled through an existing
indash video screen sharing time with navigation. All these
rear viewing options make keeping your eyes on the road a
priority. Whether you use the rearvision while backing up,
hooking up to a trailer, or just to keep an eye on a baby
in the back seat, this advanced video system will quickly
become something you depend on.
Equally convenient is a rearvison camera and LCD monitor
that aids motoryachts in safely backing into a slip. This
system also includes a directional microphone. A remote control
searchlight or backup lights can supplement the camera after
Connecting a camera within a trailer to a radio frequency
transmitter will allow video images to be sent to a receiving
unit in the cab. This enables the driver or passenger to keep
an eye on their valuable cargo. A hardwired installation from
truck to trailer is often impractical. Also, a wireless link
from a rear vision camera in a large motorcoach may be more
cost-effective than hard wiring through cabinets and structures
that were not constructed with a retrofit in mind.
|Surveillance camera programmable event recorder.
12 Volt Event Recorder
For the ultimate in security surveillance a hidden camera
can be connected to a 12 volt event recorder. A radar sensor,
motion detector or any number of security triggers can prompt
a special VHS event recorder to document a pre-programmed
duration, say 15 seconds to 15 minutes.