Most vehicle owners welcome reversing camera systems.
Narrow roads, poor lighting, or people in the road can increase the risk of a collision. Reversing camera systems will greatly reduce these risks.
To install a reversing camera system, the car battery must first be disconnected.
Next, select the area on which you want to place the reversing camera. Installing it on the registration plate frame is one option.
Adjust the reversing camera to achieve the best reverse perspective, push the wire through the gap and connect it with the reversing light’s power and video extension wire.
Because it is reasonably easy to install, this reversing camera installation is more popular.
Drilling installation is slightly more complex, and is best performed by an expert. The wire is embedded inside the bumper – which advantage of discretion.
The reversing camera adjustment is also easier from this position.
Once the cables are connected, you can restore the battery power. You should see the display when in reverse gear.
Remember not to solely rely on your reversing camera system. It should only be used as a reversing aid.
The reversing camera monitor must be connected correctly. If the monitor does not provide AV input interface, you need to get an adaptor.
Never directly connect to vehicle electrical power supply car battery.
Rather than install one yourself, it is a good idea to get Vision Techniques to install it for you.