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Wireless Backup Camera Systems

Cut down installation time with these wireless backup camera systems!

A wireless connection between the backup camera and monitor means that with these systems, there is no need to run cabling through your vehicle. This is usually the most difficult part of installation and cutting it out, cuts the install time in half! All our wireless systems also come with waterproof wireless backup cameras and excellent night vision to ensure these systems provide the best quality image as well as an easy install. With a global network of recommended installation centers, Rear View Safety also helps with backup camera installation.

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Wireless Backup Camera FAQ's

How long does it take to install a wireless backup camera?
Installation time varies based on vehicle and camera quantity but a standard one camera system should take under one hour to install.
What distance does the wireless transmission cover?
Depending on the wireless camera system, you can have a distance of 70ft or 100ft between the camera and the monitor.
What are the differences between wired and wireless camera systems?
The main difference is that a wired camera system provides a slightly better image quality and a wireless system is easier to install.
Which vehicles do your wireless systems work on?
Our wireless backup cameras are best for trailer applications. So vehicles like fifth wheels, travel trailers and semi-trucks, where wired systems are difficult to install, is where wireless really shines.
Do your systems get interference from other wireless devices?
No, our systems use a fixed wireless signal (technology similar to Bluetooth) that guarantees no interference from other devices.
If it's wireless, why do we have to run a wire to the camera?
The connection between the camera and monitor is wireless, however, each part still needs to receive power. All you need to run wires for is to get power going to the camera.
What is the power source for a wireless backup camera?
The camera needs just 12V of power. For this, you can tap into power for the reverse lights or the running lights which you can find at the back of every vehicle.
What is the power source for the side cameras?
The side cameras also just need 12V of power and can tap into the running lights or any constant power running through the vehicle.