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BW 7 Inch 16:9 TFT LCD Widescreen Car Rearview Mirror Monitor with Touch Button, 480(W)x 234(H) Screen Resolution, Car Monitor Mirror for Auto Support Two Ways Of Video Output, V1/V2 Selecting

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  • El artículo se utiliza principalmente para la vigilancia coche, retrovisor coche.
  • 7 pulgadas 16: 9 TFT LCD de pantalla ancha monitor de espejo retrovisor con 480 (W) x RGB x 234 (H) = 336960 píxeles, y PAL de alta calidad del sistema de TV / NTSC.
  • Apoyo a dos formas de salida de vídeo, seleccionar V1 / V2. Es a su vez a la pantalla azul cuando no hay señal de vídeo.
  • Observación trasera: imagen se puede cambiar a la izquierda y la derecha.
  • Teclas de tacto, control remoto: el modo de operar.

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 25,5 x 11,2 x 4,5 cm ; 113 g
  • Pilas 1 Litio (Tipo de pila necesaria)
  • Número de modelo del producto: BW7INAVHS
  • ASIN: B005I7UQ4K
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 23 de junio de 2014
  • Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
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Descripción del producto

Function Keys:
- Power: Switch for power supply.
- Video: V1/V2 selecting.
- Menu: Choosing brightness, color, contrast.
- Voice+: Increase botton.
- Voice-: Reduces button.
- Mode: Selecting results of display.
Power: DC 12V.
Consumption: 7W.
Video Output Level: 1Vp-p 75Ohm.
Rearview Mirror Pinch Clip: Adjustable 60mm ~ 90mm.
Dimension(L x W x D): 255mm x 111mm x 25mm.

What's In The Box:
1 * 7 Inch LCD Widescreen Car Rearview Monitor.
1 * Wire Harness.
1 * Remote Controller.
1 * User Manual.

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81 de 85 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazingly clear, colorful, backup camera system! 7 de enero de 2013
Por Northwest Florida BigDog - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I rated this rearview mirror mount monitor 4 stars, only because there wasn't a 3 1/2 star selection. First of all, prior to doing any installation work, I thoroughly siliconed, every questionable seam, etc., on the license plate camera, that could possibly allow moisture, to enter into the camera. After siliconing, I removed the transparent, protective, film covering, off of the camera lens.
FIRST, THE CONS: (1) I tried mounting the monitor, to my rearview mirror, but, after doing so, decided that this mirror's reflective properties, were "too dark," and, so, I removed it from my stock mirror, and, mounted it, on my dash, so that I can still use my regular, stock, rearview mirror. (2) To be as nice, as I can be, the installation/wiring instructions for the mirror monitor, are, at best, "a joke!" They are extremely lacking, and, did not help me at all. (3) Mounting the rearview camera on the license plate, and, wiring the harness, to my , left backup light positive (Red), and, negative/ground (Black) wires, was quick, and, easy. The yellow, RCA video jack was easy enough to hookup, to the long harness, that I routed, under my pickup truck, into my truck's cab, where I connected the other end of the yellow video cable, into the monitor's yellow video, incoming connector. (Remember to tape up the yellow video connectors, under the rear end of the truck, with an ample amount of electrical tape, so that they remain waterproof, and, also, so they do not come apart, due to bouncing around, on bumpy roads, etc.) (4) As of this moment, I still have not figured out a way, to route the yellow video connector, for the camera, into the truck's cab, from underneath the truck, or, through the firewall. - Once I have accomplished this, then I will be finished, with the wiring, of the camera harness, both under the rear of the truck, on, forward, into the truck's cab, to the monitor. (Until I figure out, how to route this video cable, into the truck's cab, I will have the cable entering the truck's cab, through the open door jam, and, closing the door, on it, to keep it secure) (5) I still have to figure out, how to wire the backup camera's LED lights, so that they function??? (My truck's backup lights, produce more than enough nightime illumination, for the backup camera, to enable me to see any/all, objects, to the rear of my truck, after dark, so, I will forego, trying to get the backup camera LED lights hooked up, for the time being.)
NOW, THE PROS: (1) The mirror mount monitor, is "fantastic!" During daylight, the monitor, is large, extremely clear, sharp, bright, and, very colorful, and, very easy to adjust, both, with the touch screen monitor buttons, and/or, the remote control device. Even at night, although, not quite as clear, as during daylight hours, the nighttime display, was generally, Black, and, White, ever so slightly "fuzzy," but, still, very discernable, to the eye. (2) Splicing the Red/Black power wires, for the monitor, inside the cab, to a cigarette lighter plug, was quite easy. (Reminder: Use a multitest meter, to ensure that you are connecting the Red/Black monitor wires, to the correct wires, of the cigarette lighter plug, to avoid any shorting of these wires, and, potentially damaging, the monitor. (3) Note: The Green, Amber, and, Red, rectangular areas, depicted on the monitor, are very helpful. In addition, the ability to change the size of the backup display, from a very widescreen view, to a narrower view, literally, and, instantaneously, helped me to better estimate the distance from, and, closeness to, the back of my truck, to viewed objects.

In closing, I apologize, for being so lengthy, in my review, but, I do hope, that it is helpful to anyone, who purchases, this rearview mirror-type, monitor, and, the accompanying, Koolertron rearview license plate mount backup camera. For just a little over $50.00 for the LCD monitor, and, backup camera, (including the standard shipping charges), I am one "VERY HAPPY CAMPER!" Best of luck, to everyone else who purchases these items.....
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good value for the price paid, VERY bad wiring information. 22 de febrero de 2013
Por SAMUEL ON WAH WONG - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I give this product a 3-star because I bought this monitor for its low price($35 shipped)and for lack of installation(actually wrong) information. When it arrived, I opened the box and saw the "installation paper", it did NOT tell me which colored wire is supposed to go where, it just shows two RCA video inputs can be connected to this monitor, then, one wire goes to the ground, one goes to 12V, and one goes to "ACC".

So, I took some educated guesses, and connected the black wire to the ground, the blue wire to the ignition wire, and the fused red wire to the battery(always have 12V.)

Of course, the back up camera is already connected to this monitor via a RCA yellow plug from the back of the vehicle; I tapped into the reverse light wire for powering the camera itself, and connected the ground wire of the camera to the chassis of the vehicle.

With this wiring setup, when I shift to reverse, the monitor shows the back view as intended, BUT, when I shift away from reverse, the monitor will not turn off, just a blue screen. So I thought: this is not right. The monitor should turn itself off when the gear is shifted from Reverse to Drive or Park. It just doesn't make sense to have to manually turned off by the driver. And, when I turned off the monitor manually, it stays OFF, even if I shift to Reverse from Park or Drive. So, something is wrong, obviously.

After searching the web for a whole day with no luck solving the problem, I came back to amazon.com, looked through ALL the customer review to no avail, I accidentally and finally found the solution by looking through the Q&A section at the bottom the page.(I also reconnected the red wire from the monitor to the ignition switch wire, so when I switch off the engine, there will be no power to the monitor, saving the battery in the process.)

From a user called MJ, I learned that the blue wire is supposedly connect to the reverse light wire, so I ran the blue wire all the way to the back of the vehicle, and connected to the same wire which I connected the back up camera's power wire into. NOW, the problem's solved.
34 de 35 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great screen for a amazing low price 19 de noviembre de 2012
Por Tom - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I installed this on a 99 Chevy S10. The instal was extremely simple, mounting on the rear view is easy and the plug it has makes it easy to take off if you were going to do that on a regular basis or live in a high crime area and needed to secure it when parking for the night or weekend/etc and stick back on with ease (one plug for power, video, everything into the monitor). I installed it using a "Cooper Bussmann/ATM fuse tap" from Autozone (Part number BP-HHH-RP)currently going for about $6. That's for the mini fuse model, there is a model for larger if your vehicle takes those as well. That makes it a easy install and you can put it on something like the radio so it turns on and off when you turn your vehicle on and off if you like. I use mine as a constant with a rear camera with night vision. It takes some getting used to so it's not a distraction but having a digital rear view camera is better than any rear view mirror I have ever owned. Just don't get one with wide angle or fish eye. Those are great for backing up ONLY as objects disappear quite fast when they are still close to you. The only thing I can think of they are referring to with this "mirror mode" is using the reflection on the plastic for a mirror... which is kind of silly. Just take the damn thing down and use your regular mirror if your going to do that. It looks like it has some kind of sensor above the buttons (I thought it might have been a camera) but I can't tell and am not going to dissect it to figure it out. Only bad thing, it has that multicolour backup rectangle permanently on your screen. It's a little thing though. Oh, and when you flip the image (it does left right, up and down flipping) it flips the text that way as well, lol.
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas ZERO STARS 30 de octubre de 2016
Por Inspector Nash Bridges - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Failure.

The only way to describe something that does not work.

I've installed enough automobile electronics to know how to connect wires. A power wire. A trigger wire. A ground wire. RCA video line for the camera.

Everything is wired up. I've got power. I've got a trigger connected to the reverse line. I tried the camera with a different monitor, it works: so the camera is fine. I try a different camera with this monitor: camera works and monitor doesn't. By process of elimination, with every possible combination of cameras and monitors I know to be working, and using the same wiring.......this unit never powered on.

There is a red wire, a blue wire, a black wire, and 2 RCA video jacks. I count 5 wires. Why is this on a 6 pin connector?

It should be noted that the power lines are about 22 AWG. Very thin and weak.

As a side note, on every other monitor which I installed, the power & trigger lines can all be tied into the reverse lamp with the camera, so that everything turns on once you shift into reverse. Of course, if your monitor only receives power from the reverse lamp, then it is useless for any other purpose, unless you plan on plugging in a DVD player, shifting your car into reverse, then watch a movie with your foot on the brake and the car running.
28 de 29 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good quality at a great price!!! 11 de abril de 2013
Por Milton Bolden - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Shipping speed was excellent. I agree with the general idea that the wiring diagram is terrible and unless you have installed a monitor like this before you will have no idea what goes where other than the video cord. After a brief attempt to install myself, I had it professionally installed with a camera I got off Amazon as well. I am definitely happy with the purchase. LCD came with all necessary install hardware other than helpful instructions. LCD packaging states this screen has Bluetooth and I haven't verified if this is true but I highly doubt it. Screen comes with a remote which, for me, is useless unless you plan on connecting some kind of video device. LCD also appears to have sound option as it produces a tone when the buttons are touched, but this may just be a speakers for the sound of the device and nothing that is connected to it. Again, I just use mine as a rearview camera monitor. I also use it as a rearview mirror as the reflectiveness is good enough for me but it is definitely not comparable to the stock mirror and if someone has bright headlights behind you it loses some of its reflectiveness but if your rear window is tinted it will not effect you that much. Another issue you may have and this may just be an issue with how it is installed in my vehicle but once your vehicle is not in reverse the screen just shows a blue image and if your vehicle is running the power button on the LCD will not turn off monitor. This will make the LCD unusable at night time and you will just be riding around with a LCD attached to your rearview mirror with a bright blue screen. Also, the screen is operable without even having the key in the ignition. My solution to this was to have the installation shop install a power switch in which I can cut the power to the LCD whenever I like, problem solved. All in all, for 35 bucks its a deal if your just wanting to add a monitor for whatever reason and not wanting to spend a bunch of money. I haven't had mine very long, so we will see how it holds up in the various temperatures


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