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Koolertron Rear View License Plate Backup CMOS Camera

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  • Image sensor: color CMOS Supports NTSC/PAL Video system
  • Effective pixels: PAL: 628*582 pixels
  • Power supply: DC12V
  • Minimum illumination: 03 Lux, F=1.2
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions10.2 x 2 x 3.5 inches
Item model numberQL-CMS001-N
Batteries:1 12V batteries required.
Display Typeimage
Warranty3 month
  
Additional Information
ASINB0049LBJ56
Best Sellers Rank #795 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 28, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Koolertron
  • Model: QL-CMS001-N
  • Warranty: 3 month

Product Description

Key Features: High-definition and 120 degree viewing angle Built-in guideline for instant distance calculation New 7 infrared LED'S night vision Versatile compatibility can be connected to any type of monitor Waterproof and can be installed on your license plate Applicable to all type of vehicles. Easy installation and can be installed in several ways. Specifications: Image sensor: color CMOS Supports NTSC/PAL Video system Effective pixels: PAL: 628 X 582 pixels Horizontal resolutions: 420 TV lines Lens angle: 120 Degree Minimum illumination: 03 Lux, F=1.2 Video output: RCA connector, 1.0vP-P, 75ohm Power consumption: Less than150mA Power supply: DC12V Operating temperature: -20- 70 (Celsius degree) Storage temperature: -40- 80 (Celsius degree). What You Get: Waterproof car rear view camera(1 piece) Power cable(1 piece) Video cable(1 piece) User manual

Customer Reviews

Works we'll and easy to install.
Alessandro Pasa
Leaked water under lens cover during first rain after install.
Nannesthesiologist
The picture quality is very good even at night.
LMS

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326 of 351 people found the following review helpful By akonius on March 25, 2012
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OK folks - I KNOW the cam is less than $15 but if it hold true to the description...then don't deceive us! I'll start with the good...cheap price, it has IR that really works, and it has backup grid lines that are pretty handy. Sounds great so far right? Well...what is all that worth if the cam "is" going to fill up with water and be foggy? It doesn't matter how good the cam is if you can't see thru the darn thing! One rainstorm day and whammo...waterlogged cam. When I checked it out, I hoped it was just water on the exterior I could wipe off...no such luck...it had like a 1/8" of water inside the cam pooled right on the lens and the IR sensors! Waterproof - IT IS NOT! BEWARE! Shame on these guys for falsely advertising this product. If it didn't claim to be waterproof, that's one thing...you'd almost expect it to be leaky for the price you're paying. I'm going to get a refund and return this.

Word of advise...if you already have one, AND it hasn't been rained on or gone thru a carwash yet - go to HomeDepot or Lowes and buy a small tube of clear silicon. Just squeeze a pea sized bead on your finger and smear it all around the camera's seams - including the screw holes. That should seal the camera from water, then you're golden. I wish I had done that but...as it said it was "water and fog proof"....I didn't and here I am returning this thing.

Hope the above helps anyone planning on buying or who already has one that isn't yet waterlogged! Moral to the story - if you get one, the cam works good, it's cheap, JUST WATERPROOF IT WHEN YOU GET IT (clear silicone will run you $2 only, if that). If you don't want to bother doing that - I'd steer clear from this one or you're going to be looking for another camera soon after a few rainstorms or car washes!

Thanks
Disgruntled and misled!
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68 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Rattler on May 13, 2012
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For the low price of these I think they are just awesome. The first one I bought came in a retail box with included instructions (if you can call them that LOL ) the second two came in plain white boxes? Why three? I'll get to that later.

After searching all over to try and find info on wiring this camera ( to NO AVAIL - there is NO SUPPORT FROM THE MANUFACTURER ) Here is what I have found - this camera has a a long cord with proprietary plug in the line about three feet out from the camera end so if there is a problem after installing it later on you will NOT have re-wire this all the way from the interior where your display is ( at this plug there is also a red and black power connection I will get to that in a bit ) on the end of the proprietary wire there is a RCA plug to connect to your display with a red wire coming out next to the RCA plug.

This was NOT explained in the instructions.

The RCA plug is self explanatory, it provides the video signal to the display.

The power connections are as follows - you can either connect the red wire by the RCA plug to be your 12v power supply for the camera ( which is what I did because it was way easier to connect this end in the cab to supply power from the reverse switch or as I did connect this wire to a toggle a switch to turn on the camera manually (this way I can use it whenever I want - sometimes when towing I like to be able to see what is on the trailer while stopped at a light to make sure straps or chains are still good and the load has not shifted or to see if anything is wrong back there ).
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146 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Jeremiah on February 9, 2012
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I think FOR THE MONEY it's a nice little camera and very easy to mount considering the license plate holes. The plate holes are very long and the actual plate bolts go at the very beginning of the long holes so I think I might just trim off the excess parts that are blocking my expiration month and year on my plate. Wiring from the camera (that you need to strip) is VERY thin but as long as you're careful it's not horrible to use. I tapped into my reverse light's 12v to power it and grounded it on my back hatch. Overall I'd say for the money there's no reason NOT to get this and try it out before spending much more on something that will do the same basic function.
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266 of 321 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Henrichsen on July 27, 2011
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Here is my video review of the BackCam Rearview Backup Camera. Great value for the money. Infrared appears to work great!

Can't speak for the reliability of the product, but for the price, my standards are not set too terribly high. It would also be very easy to replace the product as the wiring unplugs from the rest of the wiring harness.

As other reviewers have noted, the wires are very thin, but again, this is not an expensive camera! Won't be too much of a loss if the camera is stolen.

5 stars because it works better than expected for a camera of this price! Hope the video helps!
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By C. Dutey on July 8, 2011
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This Camera is a great bang for your buck if you have a DVD Headunit that has Backview capabilities. It was simple to install if you have any experience installing things into cars. IE: Radio, Lights, or remote start/keyless entry. The camera even produces a little measurement image overlayed on the Display so you can judge how far from the Objects/cars behind you.
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