Installing a reversing camera
Posted 10 October 2010 - 02:48 AM
I recently bought a reversing camera (Guardian Rear View Mirror Monitor, model GCM-100). The monitor itself installed without a hitch, but the trouble I'm having is with the camera itself.
To set the scenario, from the camera you have two plugs, one yellow for AV connection to the monitor, and a red one for power. The power lead then splits again into two, a red lead and white lead, but from there there are no instructions on how to wire it up. Can anybody help out with this? Thank you in advanced.
Posted 14 November 2011 - 08:26 PM
Edited by stuffedbackseat, 14 November 2011 - 11:18 PM.
Posted 19 May 2012 - 01:42 AM
Some might say that only a freak would be addicted in the sense brought by the meteoric flow of the bored scenery. Anyway, i am that kind of guy. Sometimes when i was driving i was caught by a strange and abrupt feeling of kindling, i dudn't know what to do with it on the way, and for safety, i knew i had to calm down and concentrate on driving. When i saw the images from the rearview camera on the monitor of the car of my friend, i felt peace before the reversing landscape. Then i made a decision to install one in my own car. The intuition told me that the brand TaoTronics is reliable and worth my attention. So i buttoned a TaoTronics TT-CC05 and paid for it.
It's a wireless car rearview video camera, captured of a wide viewing angles of 135 degree. The image sensor is 1/3 inch color CMOS. There are seven infrared LED decorating round the camera, which means it is capable of night vision. And the transmitter and receiver is good and with a strong signal. But to me, the most significant thing is that the display on the monitor has such a good and humanistic definition and don't sharp your eyes even when the car goes speedily. It really gives you a deep feeling of peace, just like a man standing at the bank of the time river looking at the flowing landscape, and you feel no sorrow, but only composure fills your mind, so you can concentrate on your driving without any mistakes.
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