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Rear View Camera System | One (1) Camera Setup

This backup camera system is complete with a crystal clear 7" DIGITAL TFT LCD color monitor with distance grid lines and mirror image capability, a 3 channel multiplexer (can connect a DVD player or other cameras) with automatic system switch, 130° SHARP CCD backup camera with 50 foot infra-red night vision and all the wires, connectors and mounts you will need. The rear view camera system is completely weather proof with an IP68 rating, strong and reliable, shock resistant, with a 20G vibration and 100G shock rating (highest in the industry), and comes with a full year warranty. Model # RVS-770613
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Camera Highlights

Backup Camera

This color CCD camera is built with heavy duty zinc metal which encases the 2.1 mm Sharp lens. It has a viewing angle

of 130 degrees and 480 TV lines, which means you get the best quality image with no blind spots. The 18 infra red lights allow

you to see up to 50 feet even in the darkest night and the foam around the lens guarantees no glare from these infra reds.

With an IP68 rating this camera will be fit to ride out any storm and boasts a 20G impact rating as well as

aircraft grade cable connections.


Monitor Highlights

Widescreen Monitor 

Our 7" TFT LCD Color Monitor comes with a Super Sharp Digital Display and a pixel resolution of 800 X 480.

The distance grid lines that come standard with these monitors are optional and adjustable.

It has built-in speakers and its menu can be navigated with the on dash buttons or with the remote

which comes included.


Multiplexer Highlights

Multiplexer and System

 The control unit or "brains" of our system is what we call the multiplexer. It powers our system,
receives all camera feeds and sends them to the monitor. Its three inputs allow for multiple camera connection
and connection of a DVD player. This multiplexer connects straight to the fuse box, handles 12-24 volts and comes
with a separate trigger wire for each camera connected.

  • 1 Color CCD Infra-red Weather Proof Camera

  • 1 7" TFT LCD Color Monitor with Universal Mount/Stand and Wire

  • 1 3 Channel Multiplexer Control Unit

  • 1 66’ Camera Cable

  • 1 Remote Control 

  • 1 Power Connection Wire

  • 1 Double RCA + Power Converter (to connect external audio, video and power)

  • 1 Screw Kit for installation

Monitor Specs
    • TypeTFT LCD
    • Screen Size7"
    • Dot Resolution800 X 3 (RGB) X 480
    • Display Format/Contrast16:9 / 500:1
    • Display Brightness400cd/㎡
    • Viewing AngleU:50° D:60° L/R:70°
    • Video Input3 channel
    • Video Source1Vp-p, 75Ω
    • Power SupplyDC 12V-24V (+/- 10%)
    • Power Consumption5W
    • Operating Temperature-30°C ~ +80° C
    • Video SystemAuto NTSC/PAL
    • Overall Dimensions7" (L) x 5" (H) x 1" (D)
    • Weight400G
    • Impact Rating5G
    • DOT PITCH0.192 (H) X 0.1805 (V)
    • Sync SystemInternal
Camera Specs
  • Camera1/4" Sharp® Color CCD
  • Picture Elements250,000 pixels
  • Gamma Correctionr=0.45 to 1.0
  • Image Sensor480 TV lines, PAL: 500 (H) x 582 (V), NTSC: 510 (H) x 492 (V)
  • Lens2.1mm
  • View Angle130°
  • Sync SystemInternal Synchronization
  • Infra-red distance50 Feet (18 Infrared)
  • Usable Illumination0 Lux (IR On)
  • Power SourceDC 12V-24V (+/- 10%)
  • S/N RatioMore than 48dB
  • Electronic Iris1/50, 160-1/100,000sec
  • Video Output1Vp.p 75ohm
  • IR Switch ControlACDS Automatic Control
  • Vibration and Shock Rating20G / 100G
  • Operating Temperature-30°C ~ +80°C / RH 95% Max
  • Storage Temperature-30°C ~ +60°C / RH 95% Max

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  1. Excellent Review by Hay man

    This may be one of the best electronics purchases I've ever made. Components are like military grade hardware. Mounting is sturdy. I have mine mounted in a cab/chassis truck and it takes a beating. I did have one mounting question and I called customer service. They were very helpful and patient. I'm going to get a second camera. Highly recommend this camera system. (Posted on 7/19/14)

  2. Awesome Camera and Monitor Review by Deacon

    After trying cheaper cameras that last no time due to weather, just thought it was time to try higher quality one. Received camera did as requested by RVS . A great product backed by a great company is my opinion. Clairty is just awesome. I use it for hooking to trailors, my wife uses it in parking lots.
    Love the product! (Posted on 6/10/14)

  3. I like it so far Review by Burt

    Shipped quickly - installed it in a 30 ft motorhome so it took a few hours for the total installation - seems to work fine and has a nice clear picture - I purchased it to be able keep an eye on a towed vehicle and I think it will do the job just fine. (Posted on 5/13/14)

  4. Overall good system Review by V-Tech

    Competive pricing, Easy ordering and quick delivery. Installation was fairly straightforward. Great video quality. (Posted on 4/4/14)

  5. good quality product Review by rascal

    Installed on hydraulic truck crane, which now gives us the ability to see behind it. Very clear and easy to see even when backing into dark areas which before were blind (Posted on 3/24/14)

  6. Great affordable camera Review by Nicholas S.

    This camera works as advertised. Can see clearly day or night. Had it for over a year and no problems yet. Installed it easily on my work van and I love it. Now I can back up within inches of things, and sometimes people freak out and bang on my van for me to stop reversing lol! Love scaring people in parking lots!
    (Posted on 3/7/14)

  7. Worth every penny Review by George C.

    Bought this in Nov 2010. Installed in my 2004 Ford F150 p/up. Wow. Works great, exactly as advertised. Very high quality. The camera to monitor cable was much longer than needed (thank God), and easy to wind up and tuck behind the back seat rest. Easy to install, no problems. I mounted the multiplex box behind the glovebox. Works like a charm. Am a very satisfied customer. I also purchased a forward facing camera from Pyle, and the unit automatically switches from front to rear view when shifted into reverse. I very well engineered product. Two thumbs up..... (Posted on 3/7/14)

  8. Great Backup system--Not for my truck Review by Thomas L.

    This is, by far, the best backup camera system I have seen. I just wish it was made for my truck. I drive a 2004 Nissan Titan and the install was everything but easy. Just not made for small trucks. That said, I could not be more pleased with quality of this system. The RVS-770613 has worked great every condition I have used it in. I would recomend this product to anyone looking for a backup camera system. (Posted on 3/7/14)

  9. Rear View Safety - Backup Camera Review by J. Sirvo

    Replaced the OEM black & white defective camera system in my Holiday Rambler motorhome with this color unit. It was easy to install (it would have been easier if I could have used the OEM cable but wrong style connectors) with the camera, cabling and monitor. It works great with a good picture. I leave it on at all times when driving and did not hook up the reverse only turn-on function... (Posted on 3/7/14)

  10. Great product - could use some improvement though Review by Dave

    I just installed the Rear View Camera system in my 2003 Ford E350 "box van" as a
    backup camera, and I have to say the construction of the camera is SOLID. VERY
    heavy-duty build quality that looks like it will last. Performance is also very
    good - in all but the sunniest of conditions, where it's a little washed out. I
    have the monitor mounted on the windshield right where the rear-view mirror
    would be installed (as my van has no mirror - no rear window!).

    Now for the "cons":

    1. The connector at the end of the camera wire is quite large. In my case, the
    camera is mounted to a 1/8" stainless steel frame at the top/rear of the truck.
    The camera connector calls for a 5/8" or larger hole to be drilled (larger if
    you wish to use the included rubber grommet). That is fine if drilling a thin-skin
    camper side. But 1/8" stainless is another matter altogether! I had to
    buy a $20 5/8" bit, and it took 6 smaller holes to be drilled first before the
    large bit would finish the cut. This single hole took 30 minutes in all to
    accomplish. At even at that, it still wasn't big enough for the grommet, which
    I abandoned and used caulk instead - I would have had to buy a larger bit to
    make the 1" grommet fit. All of this could have been avoided if the connector
    were smaller or better still, be just pig-tails to a connector block.

    2. The way the camera and sun shield go together is just silly. It takes 3 arms,
    and 19 fingers to line up all the holes and 6 screws. I had to do this installation
    9 feet up a ladder! It ended up that I decided to modify the mount slightly - I
    simply used a single screw (they are tiny - 4/40 or smaller, 3/16" long!) on each
    side of the camera body first - then set the angle. Then I drilled out the center
    hole of the sun-shield cover so it would go OVER the already-installed camera mount
    screws - this way I could mount and aim the camera FIRST, then put on the sun shield.
    The way it comes you have to do the mount, the camera, and the sun shield ALL AT THE
    SAME TIME. This means lining up the shield center hole, the mount center hole, and
    the center screw hole of the camera all at once, before inserting a screw not much
    bigger than a large grain of rice... no small feat 9 feet up a ladder on the back
    of my truck!

    3. Because the sun shield/camera mating only has "fixed" screw locations, you are
    limited in the exact aiming to one of 6 fixed positions. A much better solution would
    have been to have the mount allow itself to be tightened into ANY angle position. I
    had to settle for a compromise that allows me to see the extended truck bumper, but
    is a lower angle than I would have preferred.

    It's a fantastic product - I just ordered 2 more cameras for it - one
    to go inside the truck "cube box" to keep an eye on things inside, and the 3rd to point
    more directly backwards to create something closer to a true "rear view mirror" view than
    the "backup view" of the first camera, which I need to see my rear bumper when backing to
    a loading dock. (Posted on 3/7/14)

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Questions on Rear View Camera System | One (1) Camera Setup

  • From David hagel at 5/15/14 9:53 PM
    • I have a 2005 sierra pickup. Where would I mount the camera and the monitor?
    • A popular mounting position for this camera on a pickup truck is by the license plate with our license plate bracket - RVS-401.
      The monitor is usually placed right on the dash with the included mount. It can also be mounted from the ceiling of the vehicle which is often a good solution for situations where you have a limited amount of room on your dash.
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  • From Wayne Stadtmiller at 7/14/14 1:03 AM
    • what level of difficulty is it to install the entire system on truck and 38' fifthwheel.. thanks, is there any wire splicing in truck and or trailer
    • With some automotive technical knowledge this system should be quite easy to install. It simply needs to be wired to the fuse box for power and all the connections from there are just plug and play.
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  • From Bob at 7/29/14 7:03 PM
    • What are the brown and white wires for ?
    • There are five wires coming out of the multiplexer box that connect to the fuse box in this system. The red is for power, black for ground. The blue, yellow and white wires are trigger wires, one for each camera port. The blue is for port #3, white for port #2 and yellow for port #1. Connect these to a specific power (e.g. backup power) in your vehicle and it will trigger the camera in the corresponding port to come on automatically when that power is activated.
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  • From Josh at 8/16/14 8:38 PM
    • Where is the multiplexor located, in the rear of the RV or in the front with the monitor?
    • The multiplexer connects to the fuse box in the vehicle and powers up the system so it mounts in the front of the vehicle.
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  • From Steve at 8/18/14 10:57 AM
    • How long is the cable between the monitor and the multiplexer?
    • The cable is 66ft long but can be swapped for a wide variety of lengths. Check out the cabling we have under Our Products>Accessories>Camera Cables.
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