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Pyle PLCM21 License Plate Rear View Backup CCD Color Camera, Zinc Metal Chrome

SKU: PYPLCM21 MFR: PLCM21

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About Pyle PLCM21

The Pyle PLCM21 chromed-out rear view camera mounts easily above your license plate and outputs crystal clear video over an RCA jack. Connect to a monitor in your car and you'll be able to see everything behind you on the screen. Perfect for backing into tight spots or moving in reverse when visibility is limited - the PLCM21 is like an extra eye. This small and durable unit (waterproof to IP67 standards) will keep you safe and secure because you'll always know what's going on around you.

Pyle PLCM21 Features

  • 420 TVL Horizontal Resolution
  • True Color Reproduction
  • Low Lux Performance of 0.3 LUX at F2.0
  • Auto White Balance
  • Waterproof (IP67)
  • Low Lighting Capable

Pyle PLCM21 Specifications

Total Pixels
512 x 492
Resolution
420 TV Lines
High Sensitive
1/3" DSP Color CCD Built
Video Output
1.0V PP-75 Ohm
Power Supply
DC 12V 200mA
RCA Video Cable Size
17ft/ 5.18m
Dimensions (W x H)
12.7" x 6.6" / 32.25 x 16.76cm
Mfr #
PLCM21
SKU
PYPLCM21
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Tom C  Bought this camera and connected black/red to ground and red wire to backup light positive lead at the rear light. Then connected video cable to host, a Eonon D5164 in dash unit. Does it appear the camera leads are connected correctly?
CHRIS C  Tom, If you are experinencing difficulty with connecting the camera you will want to ensure that the positive lead of the camera is connected to a good 12 volt source. First, I verified my 12 volt connection and reverse light with a multimeter from their respective wiring harnesses (having someone carefully put the vehicle in reverse will allow you to verify the reverse light). Second, I ran leads from a solid 12 volt source near the fuse box and then a lead from the green reverse light wire - all to the wiring box of the camera (this will require some light guage wire and perhaps some wiring couplers). The ground can be attached to any exposed metal and you will hopefully have a working backup camera!
Tom C  Bought this camera and connected black/red to ground and red wire to backup light positive lead at the rear light. Then connected video cable to host, a Eonon D5164 in dash unit. Does it appear the camera leads are connected correctly?
CHRIS C  Tom, If you are experinencing difficulty with connecting the camera you will want to ensure that the positive lead of the camera is connected to a good 12 volt source. First, I verified my 12 volt connection and reverse light with a multimeter from their respective wiring harnesses (having someone carefully put the vehicle in reverse will allow you to verify the reverse light). Second, I ran leads from a solid 12 volt source near the fuse box and then a lead from the green reverse light wire - all to the wiring box of the camera (this will require some light guage wire and perhaps some wiring couplers). The ground can be attached to any exposed metal and you will hopefully have a working backup camera!
Tom C  Bought this camera and connected black/red to ground and red wire to backup light positive lead at the rear light. Then connected video cable to host, a Eonon D5164 in dash unit. Does it appear the camera leads are connected correctly?
CHRIS C  Tom, If you are experinencing difficulty with connecting the camera you will want to ensure that the positive lead of the camera is connected to a good 12 volt source. First, I verified my 12 volt connection and reverse light with a multimeter from their respective wiring harnesses (having someone carefully put the vehicle in reverse will allow you to verify the reverse light). Second, I ran leads from a solid 12 volt source near the fuse box and then a lead from the green reverse light wire - all to the wiring box of the camera (this will require some light guage wire and perhaps some wiring couplers). The ground can be attached to any exposed metal and you will hopefully have a working backup camera!
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