Pyle PLCM4300WIR - Sistema de video para retrovisor
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Este kit incluye una cámara de trasera de visión nocturna y monitor para su vehículo. La cámara se instala en cualquier lugar en su vehículo sea delantero o trasero gracias al soporte universal de montaje que tiene salida a vídeo mediante entrada RCA. Utilice el monitor de visión trasera que incluye con un montaje para su espejo retrovisor y usted será capaz de ver todo lo que pasa en la parte trasera de su vehículo. Ni siquiera tiene que poner cableado para las instalaciones de la cámara con monitor. Perfecto para maniobrar en lugares estrechos o en movimiento retro cuando la visibilidad es limitada. Es como tener un ojo extra, y este modelo viene con visión nocturna LEDs. Esta unidad pequeña y duradero te mantendrá a salvo y seguro, ya que siempre sabrá lo que está sucediendo a su alrededor.
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1. The mirror, with its built-in LCD, fits over the existing mirror, and seems to me to be likely to fit a wide variety of factory models. The problem is that it is a little darker than a standard mirror.
2. You can mount the camera wherever makes sense, rather than being locked into, say, the license plate rim. This is a huge benefit for a car like ours, a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, with its massive spare tire smack in the middle of the back end of the car. We ended up mounting it atop the center brake light. High up so it gets a good view, and it's not blocked by anything, including the Thule bike rack (T2 with extension, tray model).
3. You can choose to use the wireless transmitter and receiver, or the wire, to connect the camera to the screen. We chose wired because everyone we spoke with said that wireless was spotty, suffering interference. We didn't test that, so I am only reporting what we heard. But it's hard to argue with the idea that a hard-wired system will provide better performance than a wireless system. And although there is less effort required to configure it as wireless, that is only one of the many steps/connections in the overall process. So I am not sure how much time (or money) you save.
4. Installation was a bit daunting, and I am pretty handy. We ended up getting it installed professionally, about $200 or $300. Yeah, that adds to the cost! But they did a very nice job. If you think you'll do it yourself, just make sure you either have experience or have time to learn.
5. Performance is good, not perfect. The screen is relatively small. In daylight the view is pretty good, while at night it is poor. You can still see, given the light from the brake and reverse lights, but it's not exactly crystal clear. It would be nice to have infrared, or even white LED light, but you can see something. The grid lines are not to scale (possibly because of where we placed the camera?). But it's OK, a definite improvement over the terrible visibility rearward from the front seat of the Jeep.
The bottom line: OK system, flexible in many ways, big improvement if you have terrible visibility, not super-easy to install. I guess I'm glad I bought it and got it installed, but it was fairly expensive in the end. Hopefully it will help us not crunch into things...
- As mentioned by others before, the instructions are very lacking in detail.
- The Amazon website images, the original packaging and the images on the Pyle website are misleading in several ways.
1. The form factor of the actual mirror/monitor is different.
2. The monitor is not in the center of the mirror, it is towards the right side.
3. The "mirror" section of the unit isn't mirrored at all. It is simply glass on a black background. While Pyle may call this "anti-glare", it is actually anti-mirror. I have factory tinted windows on my Tundra and factory tinted back-glass on my truck cap and this lack of mirroring makes the mirror part useless except at night, and only then because other vehicles have their headlights on. Yet, the factory Toyota mirror can see through the tint just fine at all hours of the day or night.
I would more-correctly call this a factory-mirror-obscuring-video-monitor-mount.
Don't get me wrong, the camera and monitor work just fine, but I wonder if sacrificing the use of my rear-view mirror is worth it?
1. The mirror is rather dark. It's a bit like looking through a tinted window. It's not all shiny like the fake picture for this product would lead you to believe. If your back window is already tinted dark, SKIP THIS AND LOOK FOR A SIMILAR PRODUCT.
2. Lots of people on here whine about the directions. There are hundreds of different model cars and trucks on the road. Pyle can't write clear directions for every last vehicle. They don't need to. The camera has two plugs. It plugs into the box marked "Transmitter." The Transmitter box has a red and black wire. The black wire is attached to ANY ground wire or the frame of the vehicle. The red wire gets attached to the wire that feeds 12 volts into your reverse lights. If what I wrote was too technical for you, then save yourself the grief and get Best Buy to install it.
3. The transmitter is a RADIO transmitter. Think of the FM radio days where most of the time the sound was great, until you drove into the certain area, underpass, over pass, or hill. So for some of you the wireless will work great. For others it's going to suck. The transmitter works on the 2.4 ghz band. So if you have a Mifi device in your vehicle spreading cellular internet to the kids to keep them entertained on the trip, or if you are backing into a spot near a store's router offering free WiFi, then the picture will probably cut out or flash. If you are in a bad area, they include a really long video cable so you can hook it up directly.
4. The picture shown on this web page is bogus. The video will be on the right side of the mirror and not in the middle.
5. This mirror does allow for two video inputs. So I will probably hook the camera it actually came with to the front bumper so I can watch and not rear end people when I parallel park.