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RVS-020813 WiFi Backup Camera System
Product Highlights
  • WiFi Connection - view backup camera on mobile device!
  • Quick Installation - installs in just 15 minutes
  • GoVue™ App on App Store and Google Play Store
  • Waterproof, Dustproof and Shockproof Camera
  • Wide Viewing Angle - with adjustable mounting bracket
Product Details

This convenient wireless backup camera connects via WiFi to your mobile device allowing you to see the camera view on your device's screen! It comes with a waterproof camera and a WiFi transmitter which connect to power in the back of the vehicle. To view the camera on your mobile device, simply download the free app called "GoVue"™ from the App Store or Google Play Store, connect your device to the WiFi Network called "GoVue"™ and you will be able to see the camera view on the GoVue™ app!
With this camera system, not only will you be able to view the camera on your mobile device but you'll be able to record footage straight to your device as well! You'll also be able to save still shots from the footage and both images and videos will be saved right to the GoVue™ app.

Pro Tip #1: You don't need a pre-existing WiFi or internet connection for this to work. The transmitter creates a WiFi network that will work anywhere.
Pro Tip #2: The recommended mounting position for the transmitter is in the brake light housing at the back of the vehicle. (Camera is installed upside down)

Installation Tips: Uninstall the app from your phone, forget the GoVue network from your WiFi Networks, and disconnect the transmitter from power. Reinstall the app and reconnect power. The default password is "12345678". 

Works on iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Phone not included.

Product Dimensions

Camera: 23.2mm (H) x 32.8mm (L) x 23.2mm (D)
Transmitter: (Excluding Antenna) 45mm (H) x 18mm (L) x 75mm (D)

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  • Wireless Backup Camera System RVS-155W H1

    WiFi Connection

    Transmitter creates WiFi network to connect to mobile device. View the backup camera directly from your phone!

  • Wireless Backup Camera System RVS-155W H2

    Free GoVue™ App

    The GoVue™ app allows you to view the camera on your mobile device. Download for free from the App Store or Google Play Store.

  • Wireless Backup Camera System RVS-155W H3

    100' Transmission

    With an unobstructed transmission distance of 100ft, this camera will work on most consumer vehicles.

  • Wireless Backup Camera System RVS-155W H4

    Quick Installation

    Camera connects to transmitter which connects to power at the back of the vehicle. Fifteen minute installation!

  • Wireless Backup Camera System RVS-155W H5

    Wide Viewing Angle

    With an ultra wide viewing angle, the camera captures everything behind the vehicle, eliminating the rear blind spot.

  • Wireless Backup Camera System RVS-155W H6

    Waterproof Camera

    Camera is completely waterproof, dustproof and shockproof. Mount it outside the vehicle with no worries.

  • 1 x Waterproof Color Camera with a 130° Viewing Angle
  • 1 x WiFi Transmitter
  • 1 x Power Wire
  • 1 x Installation Kit
Camera Specs
    • Sensor1/3 Inch CMOS
    • Effective Pixels670x490 pixels (PAL)
    • Video FormatNTSC/PAL
    • Viewing Angle130°
    • Maximum Image Transfer RateNTSC: 60 fps (TV) | VGA: 60 fps (DV) | PAL: 50 fps
    • Minimum Illumination<0.5 lux
    • Power SupplyDC 12V
    • Wireless Range100ft (unobstructed) / 50ft (obstructed)
    • Consumption Current100mA Max
    • Video Output0.9-1.3Vp-p 75Ω
    • Night Vision range >3m5W
    • WaterproofIP68
    • Dimensions32.8mm (W) x 22.3mm (D) x 23.2mm (H)
    • Grid LinesWith On/Off Switch
Transmitter Specs
  • Transmitting Frequency2400MHz-2483.5MH
  • Modem Mode802.11b: DSSS(CCK,DQPSK,DBPSK)
  • Unobstructed Transmission Distance100 feet
  • Frame Rate30fps (frames per second)
  • Video ResolutionVGA 640x480
  • Video CompressionH.264
  • Wireless ProtocolsIEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.n (1t1RModes)
  • Power SupplyDC 12V
  • Consumption Current150mA (Max)
  • Encryption ModeWPA2
  • Dimensions45mm (H) x 75mm (L) x 18mm (D) (excluding antenna)
  • Operating Temperature-25°C ~ +50°C
  • Operating Humidity150% ~ 85% RH

Questions on WiFi Backup Camera System

  • From Craig at 7/25/2014 10:47 AM
    • Is it possible to have two cameras and toggle between them and(or) have them both on a split screen?
    • Unfortunately it's not possible to connect more than one camera with this system.
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  • From William at 7/30/2014 4:09 PM
    • I would like to use a camera like this on the back of a motorcycle trailer.

      1. What is the range for the WiFi connection in real life? I imagine that the
      150' specification (in the manual) is for unobstructed transmission. Mine
      would be transmitting through a fiberglass trailer wall and a rear

      2. How long is the cable on the camera?

      3. How long is the power cable on the transmitter?

      Looks like a great product. I've done some searching and can't find another that seems to fit my application as well as this one.
    • 1. The 150' range is for unobstructed transmission. Going through some walls and materials you will be good within 60ft.
      2. The camera has a three foot cable running to the transmitter with RCA connections in between (and therefore can be extended easily).
      3. The transmitter has a five foot cable running off it to connect to power.
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  • From Adrian Kunzle at 8/15/2014 11:54 AM
    • What's the paring process, and does the smartphone automatically connect/re-connect when the car starts up, and you open the app? How much wifi "setting" has to go on each time you connect?
    • As long as the camera and transmitter are getting power the phone will be able to connect to the WiFi. With the WiFi connected whenever the app is opened, you will automatically see the camera view. If your smartphone is not connected to another WiFi network it should (after the initial connection) connect automatically to the camera's WiFi when you start up the vehicle, and all you would need to do would be to open the app to see the camera view.
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  • From Adrian at 8/17/2014 11:25 PM
    • How good is the software at reconnecting with the camera when the wifi network drops? For example, if the iphone re-connects to the wifi network, and the app is still running, will live video automatically re-appear in the app, or does the app need to be re-started?
    • In that situation, live video will automatically re-appear in the app. As long as the camera/transmitter is getting power and the phone is connected to the WiFi network, the camera view will automatically appear in the app.
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  • From Myrle at 8/23/2014 3:35 PM
    • Will this work on a Samsung Galaxy 5, Verizon network?
    • Absolutely! It will work on all Android platforms. The app is available to download from the Google Play store.
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  • From Debbie at 9/22/2014 6:53 AM
    • How does the camera mount to the vehicle? Is there an option to have it mount magnetically for those who don't want to leave it installed all the time?
    • The camera comes with a mounting bracket that screws onto the vehicle. This camera is designed to be mounted permanently and is hard wired into the vehicle. It does not have a magnetic option.
      We do have a camera like that and that will be the RVS-83112, our Hitch Camera. This camera is designed just for hitching and is therefore easily installed and removed as the camera simply mounts magnetically.
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  • From Rahul at 10/10/2014 1:25 AM
    • Do I have to drill holes in the vehicle to mount this camera on the vehicle? Also do I have to drill hole to pull the wires inside? I want to install this camera on a 2011 Nissan Juke. Please advise.
    • The usual way to mount the camera is by drilling holes and screwing it in. It can be mounted with adhesive if preferred. You will however need holes to run the wires into the vehicle for power.
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  • From Pat at 11/7/2014 3:41 PM
    • Does this use phone data if left on while driving for long trips? (for example to keep an eye on my boat while towing)
    • Viewing the camera doesn't use any phone data at all. Your phone connects to a WiFi hotspot that the camera creates to see the camera view.
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  • From Joe D at 11/10/2014 1:40 PM
    • How long does it take to get the system up. For example, if I get in my car and turn it on, and then start the app on my phone, how long will need to wait for the phone to display the image?
    • If your phone knows the WiFi network already, it will connect to it automatically and when you open the app you should see a camera view within a couple of seconds.

      If it's the first time connecting, you will need to open your devices WiFi settings to connect to the GoVue WiFi.
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes   No
  • From Bobby Liles at 11/24/2014 8:09 PM
    • Can the camera swivel?

      Does the camera have illumination for night use?
    • The camera does not swivel on it's mount.

      It does have very good night vision. With a little amount of ambient light the camera will provide a great picture at night.
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  • From Mike F. at 12/30/2014 1:45 PM
    • If my (Android) phone is connected to WiFi for data, can it also connect to the camera, or does it have to disconnect from the data connection before it can see the camera?
    • Your mobile device (Android phone) can only be connected to one WiFi network at a time. Therefore, in order to connect to the cameras WiFi network, you must disconnect from any other network you were connected to.
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  • From kevin at 12/30/2014 9:27 PM
    • what app does it use?
    • The app is called GoVue and can be found on the App Store and Google Play Store.
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  • From Duane at 1/25/2015 8:01 PM
    • Will the camera be damaged by the Sun shinning directly into it for a period of time?
    • No, the camera is designed for outside use and will be fine in all weather elements.
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  • From James at 2/5/2015 4:24 PM
    • 1. Does wiring the camera to constant power improve the connection speed on start-up (vs. after shifting into reverse and waiting for the camera to start and the app to connect)?

      2. If the camera is wired to constant power, does that decrease the life of the camera (i.e Is there a limit to the life of the camera)?

      3. Why is this model without a monitor (020813) more expensive than the other two models with monitors (773617N and 770617N)? Because it is wireless rather than wired?

      4. Is the WiFi connection digital or analog? Does it use a standard 2.4 GHZ WiFi signal? Is it subject to interference?
    • 1. Wiring to constant power will improve the speed of connection as then the WiFi network will always be on and it will just be a matter of connecting to it.

      2. It will not decrease the lifetime of the camera. That is how it is designed to function.

      3. Yes, and also because the camera is better quality.

      4. It is digital and it does use the 2.4 GHZ frequency but like a regular WiFi connection will not have much interference.
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  • From Sam M at 2/21/2015 6:37 PM
    • In several questions you mention wiring this camera to constant power. Won't this be a constant draw on the car battery and potentially run down the battery?
    • When we refer to constant power we mean ignition power. Power that comes on when the vehicle comes on. This won't be drawing power when the vehicle is off and therefore won't strain the vehicle's battery at all.
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  • From Sean at 3/3/2015 3:07 PM
    • I am considering using this as backup camera on my travel trailer. I want to mount the camera at the back and run RCA cables to the transmitter mounted near the tongue so it is closer to the vehicle for transmitting. Is there any chance of video quality loss if the RCA cables connecting the camera and transmitter are 25 feet in length?
    • There won't be any quality degradation in this situation, you'll be just fine.
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  • From Austin at 3/28/2015 4:30 PM
    • what, if any, "lag time" is there from the time the camera see's an abject and it appears on my iphone? I have heard of such "lag times" from other WIFI units.
    • Once the connection is made between the camera and mobile device, there really won't be any lag time at all. The image you see will be live from what the camera is viewing.
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  • From W Miller at 3/31/2015 11:30 AM
    • Is the image reversed so it functions exactly like a rear view mirror?
    • Yes, the camera is designed as a backup camera and will therefore have a mirror image so that it displays correctly on your device - just like a rear view mirror.
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  • From David Mitchell at 4/1/2015 3:49 PM
    • I'd like to be able to monitor my boat on its trailer while moving forward down the highway with my slide-in truck camper mounted. I'm thinking the transmitter will have to go inside the camper, which has aluminum siding. Will the aluminum interfere with the signal?

      Can the transmitter be mounted outside the vehicle?
    • The transmitter is not waterproof and will need to be mounted inside your camper. It will still provide a strong signal though and won't get interference from the aluminum siding.
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  • From Greg S at 4/29/2015 5:07 PM
    • Does the camera have a "picture orientation" option. In other words if I need to install the camera upside down can I right the picture?
    • Unfortunately not. There is no picture orientation mode for this system. Whichever way you mount the camera is the way it will display.
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes   No
  • From ChgoCPA at 5/1/2015 4:50 PM
    • Is it possible to get the WiFi transmitter so I can use my phone but choose a different camera? One with IR for night time use? I plan on using it at the rear of my trailer and frequently have to back it up in pitch black scenarios.
    • Absolutely! Search for the RVS-020770 on our site and that might be exactly what you are looking for. This system can actually be used with any one of our wired cameras.
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  • From moallen at 5/23/2015 7:21 PM
    • Does this camera have IR lighting?
    • The camera does not have infra-red light but does have pretty strong night vision. With just a little ambient light, this camera will display a good view even at night.
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  • From Johnny J at 10/12/2015 11:40 AM
    • If I'm in need of two of these cameras for one vehicle (truck and trailer) setup, can you designate each WiFi as their own system?

      For example; Camera 1 (inside trailer) is on WiFi 1, and camera 2 (outside trailer as backup cam) as WiFi 2?
    • You can change the name on the WiFi signal to whatever you want. You can therefore get two of these systems and name each of them significantly to distinguish between them.
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  • From Alex Spich at 10/21/2015 6:41 PM
    • While iPhone connected to WiFi for backup camera signal, can it still be connected to 4G cellular for, let say, GPS navigation?
    • Unfortunately it cannot be. The WiFi network that the phone connects to will replace the internet connection so you will lose all internet functions.
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  • From Jerry Fortin at 11/7/2015 10:39 PM
    • Does the unit have grid (guide) lines, and if so, are they adjustable?
    • The system has grid lines that can be turned on and off but they are not adjustable. (They are however good for most camera installations.)
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  • From Heavysledz at 12/9/2015 6:15 PM
    • I plan to mount this to the rear of my 35 ft 5th wheel travel trailer.

      1. Will the wireless transmitter be able to transmit this far or do you recommend using an RCA extension cable to reroute the transmitter closer to the front of the trailer?

      2. The state viewing angle is 130 degrees. I assume this is side to side. What is the viewing angle up and down?

      3. Is the viewing angle adjustable (up and down) or can the mount be bent to the correct angle?

      4. Can the transmitter be used with any camera that meets the required specifications or is there specific compatibility requirements?
    • 1. The transmission should be fine even at that distance.
      2. The vertical viewing angle is 90°.
      3. The mount can be bent to the desired viewing angle.
      4. Any camera with RCA can connect to this transmitter. We actually have another transmitter with a 5 pin connection that will connect to any one of our wired cameras.
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  • From Rodney at 12/13/2015 8:24 PM
    • Does the transmitter need to be mounted inside my RV or can it be mounted outside with the camera?
    • The transmitter is not waterproof and must be mounted in a waterproof area. You can mount it inside the RV or in the brake light housing.
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  • From Eric at 12/26/2015 12:58 PM
    • Is there a Windows phone app available? 8.1?
    • Unfortunately, at this point we have the app only on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
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  • From Micky at 1/3/2016 4:55 PM
    • I used the camera's last year and they worked great while we were pulling our trailer. I tried to use them last week but when we were trying to use them, when we turned on our WiFi it asked for the govue password and we forgot what it is?. Is there an over ride password or a way to reset it? Thanks for your help!!

      We have two camera's and each had a different password set up.
    • The default password is "12345678" so you can try that. To reset the password, simply hold down the button on the transmitter for 10 seconds and it will restore to default settings.
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  • From Sean at 3/28/2016 4:11 PM
    • When connected to the camera WIFI will I still be able to use my phone for GPS and other internet options?
    • No, you will not. Connecting to the camera's WiFi will replace your internet connection.
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  • From John at 4/5/2016 11:00 AM
    • Where is the best place to mount the transmitter on a Ram 1500 pickup that will keep it dry?
    • We recommend mounting it in the brake light housing. It's waterproof and usually the easiest place for the transmitter.
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  • From Terry at 4/20/2016 10:06 PM
    • I would like to put the camera on the bumper of my new trailer,Where would be the best place for the transmitter.?The less hole I drill in a new trailer the better.If I put it inside does it have to be out in the open or could it go in a storage compartment.
    • The recommended mounting position for the transmitter is actually in the brake light housing. It does not need to be in the open but rather can be in a storage compartment.
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  • From John at 7/20/2016 7:51 PM
    • I don't want to know anything about WIFI. I just want to hook up to my Chevy Impala. Why all this wifi talk??
    • The WiFi in this system means you can view the backup camera from your phone. If this is not something you are interested in, you can get any one of our other backup cameras that will be able to connect to the display in your Chevy or you can get a system that comes with a monitor! Here's one I would recommend for your vehicle:
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  • From frank at 7/22/2016 2:07 PM
    • when using this camera with your iphone app can you still received calls, and is this the best for my glk350 with out tearing the linings out
    • You can still receive calls when connected to the camera's WiFi - it's just like being connected to a regular WiFi network. This would be a very suitable camera system for the GLK especially if you don't want to tear out the linings...
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  • From Maung Latt at 8/18/2016 2:49 AM
    • Instead of i-pad or Sam Sumg , Can I use with Garmin Drive Smart 60?
    • If it uses an Android operating system you can. Any device which can download apps from the App Store or Google Play Store will work to display this backup camera.
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  • From Jan b Emery at 9/2/2016 1:53 AM
    • Can the system be used with and Android smart phones WiFi without having a carrier account - just the WiFi in the cell phone, Moto X. ?

      Jan Emery
    • Yes. As long as the phone has the ability to connect to a WiFi network, it will be able to connect to this WiFi camera. You don't need any cell or internet service at all.
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  • From HarlingIT at 11/14/2016 7:31 AM
    • Hi, Can I have 2 cameras working on the same system. I want to mount these in a horse trailer, so want one on the back for reversing, and one inside the trailer for monitoring the horse in transit.
    • Yes, that is possible with this system. The way it works is that we attach a switch on the transmitter so that it swaps between the cameras. You won't be able to view both cameras at the same time but can switch between them. Give our sales team a call here at (800) 764-1028 and we'll be able to get you one of these systems.
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  • From Phil healan at 11/20/2016 6:11 PM
    • Does this work on iPhone 7?
    • It most definitely does!
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  • From John at 12/1/2016 4:01 PM
    • I am thinking about using this as a front mounted camera since the front of my car is extremely low, and I worry about damage when parking. How durable will this be if mounted behind the front lower grill in the opening to direct impact from the elements? Also, how weather/heat resistant is the transmitter since it will most likely be mounted somewhere under the hood?
    • The camera has an IP68 rating and will be fine in direct impact from the elements. The transmitter on the other hand is not waterproof and must be mounted in a waterproof area. It can handle temperatures up to 50 degrees celcius though.
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  • From Steve at 12/13/2016 7:43 AM
    • Can you sync the app with a different brand of wifi camera that is already installed on the vehicle?
    • Unfortunately not. It will work only with the camera that comes with it.
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Auto Iris Sensor

Senses ambient light and automatically adjusts infra-red strength based on the ambient light.

Display Contrast/Contrast Ratio

The ratio of the brightest color (white) to the darkest color (black) that the system is capable of producing. A high contrast ratio is a desired aspect of any display.

Display Format/Display Aspect Ratio

The proportional comparison between a display’s width and height. It is expressed as two numbers separated by a colon. Common aspect ratios for displays are 4:3, 16:9, and 21:9. 16:9 is the international standard format for Full HD.

Dot Pitch

A dot pitch measures the maximum sharpness of a displayed image. Usually measured in millimeters (mm), a smaller number means a sharper image.

Dot Resolution

Dots are elements that make up an image. The higher the dot resolution, the higher quality the image.

Event Mode

Video recording mode which causes footage to be overwrite protected. Event mode is usually triggered with unusual vehicle movement or sudden impact.


Frames per second (FPS) is a measurement of how many unique consecutive images a camera can handle every second.


Measures impact or sudden changes in velocities. Once the G-Sensor is activated, event mode automatically begins.

Gamma Correction

Corrects colors on your display.


A style of video compression that allows for the greatest video quality with the smallest storage space.

IP Rating

The IP rating measures protection against solid and liquid objects. The larger the number, the higher the rating. An IP69K rating is the highest rating available, meaning that the system is completely weatherproof.

Infra-Red Illuminator

Infra-red lights are for night vision. Infra-reds emit light which the human eye cannot detect but cameras can. This greatly increases visibility in zero or low light conditions without an actual visible light source. Many of our cameras are equipped with infra-red lights.

Loop Recording

Video recording mode where after video storage is full, the camera will seamlessly loop over and begin recording over the oldest footage.

Mobile DVR

A recording device used to record video footage. DVR's are useful for fleet managers because they provide footage of accidents and information on vehicle's whereabouts and driving routes.

Motion Detection

A feature that automatically records before, during and after an impact while in parking mode. This way the driver has footage from an accident, even when they’re away from their car.


The control unit or "brain" of the system. The multiplexer powers the system, receives all cameras feeds and sends them to the monitor. The multiplexer is connected straight to the fuse box and has a power capacity of 12-24 volts.


National Television System Committee (NTSC) is a video system that transmits 30 frames per second (FPS).

Necessary/Usable Illumination

Measures how much ambient light (measure in lux) is needed to view an image. If your system has infra-red illuminators, 0 lux is needed.


Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) refers to equipment that was installed in a vehicle when it was manufactured. OEM style is an installation with a clean, factory look.


Phase Alternation by Line (PAL) is a video system that transmits 25 frames per second (FPS).

Picture Elements

Picture elements is another way to write pixel. A pixel is the smallest addressable element in digital imaging. The more pixels, the higher the quality image.

Power Supply

Most of our systems may be powered by 12 or 24 volt batteries, meaning they can be powered by the vehicle battery. DC stands for direct current.

S/N Ratio (Signal-to-Noise Ratio)

Compares the level of desired signal to the level of background noise. A ratio above 1:1 (greater than 0dB) indicates more signal than noise.


A physical or mechanical shock is a sudden acceleration caused by outside factors such as impact. It is usually measured in G units, which represent multiples of the acceleration of gravity.


A high quality monitor used in appliances such as television sets, computer monitors and mobile phones. A TFT LCD monitor improves image qualities including contrast and sharpness. These displays only use up to half the power of a traditional monitor.

TV Lines

The maximum number of alternating light and dark vertical lines that can be resolved per picture height. The higher the number, the better the image quality


An automatic action that occurs when a specific operation occurs. An example is a rear camera view displaying when a car is put into reverse.


A mechanical phenomenon where fluctuations occur about an equilibrium point. It is usually measured in g units, which represent multiples of the acceleration of gravity.




GIVE OUR TECH TEAM A CALL AT (800) 764-1028.

Please Note: our tech team will help with questions regarding our systems but may not have the answer with regards to installation for your specific vehicle.
For vehicle specific questions, refer to your vehicle's user manual or contact your dealer.

Do you provide instruction manuals? 
We do! Click here to view all of our product manuals.

Do the backup camera systems work at night? 
Yes - most of our backup cameras come with infra-red lights and all come with excellent night vision. 

Do the camera systems come with everything needed to install?
Yes, all components necessary for installation are included in our camera system packages.

Will I be able to install a camera system myself?
Many people do have the handiness to install our systems without having to hire assistance. Otherwise we recommend professional installation as they can guarantee that the system is installed correctly. Click here to search for a recommended installer in your area.

How do the systems receive power?
Most systems need just 12V power and they receive this either from the cigarette lighter or straight from the vehicle's fuse box. 

Do the systems function properly in rain and bad weather?
All of our backup cameras are completely waterproof and will function perfectly in all weather conditions. 

Can the camera systems remain on to view continuously while you drive?
Yes, they can. You can wire the systems to stay on as long as the vehicle is on or to come on only in reverse.

With a quad view system, do you need to connect all trigger wires to see all camera views?
No, trigger wires do not need to be powered to see camera views. Simply navigate to the preset quad view option from the monitor menu.

Can I customize a system?
Yes, most of our systems are customizable and all components in our wired systrems are interchangeable. Custom orders can be placed at (800) 764-1028.

What is the lead time on orders?
Most orders will ship on the same day. Our shipping cut-off time is 2:00pm EST Mon-Thurs and 1:30pm on Friday.

Does Rear View Safety offer pricing for dealers and fleets?
We most definitely do! You can apply for the dealer program here and fleet program here.

Does Rear View Safety only sell backup cameras?
No, we carry a multitude of vehicle safety solutions including Dash Cameras, Backup Sensors, Mobile DVR's and many other safety accessories.

Does Rear View Safety ship internationally?
Yes, we ship to any and every place in the world! (where shipping is available)

What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards as well as Paypal.

Does Rear View Safety offer a warranty?
Yes, all of our products come with a one year warranty. An extended two year warranty is also available for purchase.


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  • Fleet Services

    fleet program

    Operating a fleet of vehicles is a large responsibility and we are sure that you will do everything to keep your drivers safe. Safe driving is our mission. Trust us to be your safety partners.

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  • OEM Solutions

    OEM Solutions

    Nothing beats original manufacturer quality other than original manufacturer service - We’re proud to provide both! Rear View Safety provides enterprise level quality across all facets of our OEM process, from system customization to production.

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  • Govt. Solutions

    Government solutions

    Our top-notch manufacturing process is sure to satisfy Government standards of vehicle safety. See why we’re partnered with various government sectors and have become the “go to” for backup cameras.

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