The Pyle PLCM22IR Flush Mount rear view camera with 0-lux night vision outputs crystal clear video over an RCA jack. It comes with a drill cutout tool, so you can mount this camera to the back of your car. 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 PLCM22IR is like an extra eye.
And this Pyle PLCM22IR comes with night vision infrared LEDs, which illuminate the area behind you at night using a light that only the camera can pick up. This small and durable unit will keep you safe and secure because you'll always know what's going on around you.
Reviewed by 4 customers
Thought I'd try it even after low rated reviews. I needed a rear view camera for my pickup truck with a cap on the bed limiting rear vision. Installed in the tailgate handle and routed cable to my dash display. Initially had problems but turned out one cable had a bad connector. Replaced that and everything works fine now.
Not very sturdy. Installed in handle of pickup tailgate and within 2 days of install picture began to flicker . On start up I got no picture until starting to drive. Assumed it was loose wire but I was very careful installing all connections. Connections all checked ok. Substituted original camera and picture was okay. Bought this Pyle unit to replace original camera that had grid lines on display. I needed one for continuous rear view for lane change and rear traffic conditions as well as monitoring trailer loads. I guess the slamming or the tailgate caused the malfunction. Not having the original packing forces me to eat this purchase as I can't return it after only one week. SAVE YOUR PACKING MATERIAL!
Replaced a camera that had grid lines. I needed one for constant rear viewing for highway use and trailer towing for my truck and grid lines are annoying. Installed easily but when I turned on the monitor I had to crank up brightness, contrast and color to max levels to get an acceptable picture. It may not be compatible with my monitor, not sure yet, needs more testing.
Suspected everything else in system, wiring monitor, fuses, then swapped out for an older camera which worked fine. Had this mounted in tailgate handle and only worked when I slammed the tailgate closed, then quit altogether. JUNK.