|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||18.31 x 12.2 x 9.65 inches|
|Item model number||PLCM22IR|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Height (inches)||5 inches|
|Width (inches)||5 inches|
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Flush Mount Rear View Camera - Marine Grade Waterproof 1.25'' Cam Built-in Distance Scale Lines Backup Parking/Reverse Assist IR Night Vision LEDs w/ 420 TVL Resolution & RCA Output - Pyle PLCM22IR
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18.31 x 12.2 x 9.65 inches|
|Video Capture Resolution||628 x 582|
|Optical Sensor Technology||CMOS|
About this item
- 1.25” WATERPROOF CAMERA: Pyle 1.25'' camera with CMD image sensor OV7959 color is a marine grade flush mountable housing that will never be fog or wet on a rainy day. It has a total of 510 x 492 pixels with 1.0V pp-75 Ohm video output
- DISTANCE SCALE LINES: A rearview backup camera that features an accurate distance scale line display for proper parking and reversing without relying on side mirrors alone. It also has 17 foot male to male RCA video cable and drill cutout tool
- 420 TVL RESOLUTION: Pyle license plate camera features 0.5 low lux light performance, color camera output display, and 420 TVL horizontal resolution. It works in a variety of weather conditions with an auto white balance and image adjustment
- IR NIGHT VISION: The product comes with night vision infrared LEDs, which illuminate the area behind you at night using a light that only the camera can pick up. The camera can be installed easily on your existing license plate mounting locations
- RCA OUTPUT: Pyle PLCM22IR camera also features RCA video output for connecting to other source inputs. Use your camera with a rearview mirror monitor, an existing in-dash TV, a DVR, or any other RCA-compatible video input
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Drive Safer and Smarter
The Pyle PLCM22IR rearview backup parking assist camera adds night vision and low light capability when on the road. The camera outputs a clear, colorful picture along with distance scale lines to help you drive safer and to get into those tight parking spots. The system includes all the necessary cables and wiring for installation along with a drill bit for flush mounting for the camera. Connect it to your monitor display screen and the marine grade construction will reveal any obstacles, rain or shine. Built-in IR LED lights provide night time illumination for dark environments and when visibility is limited. Drive safer and smarter with this night vision parking assist camera.
Backup Camera System Safety
Maneuver with Precision
Built-in distance scale lines and night vision infrared LEDs illuminate the area behind the vehicle. Avoid any obstacles at night and let the low-light illumination help you skill your way into and out of tight spaces any time of the day.
Quick and Easy Installation
The system includes all the necessary cables and wiring needed for installation. RCA video connection simply plugs into the camera, then a compatible monitor, for reliable video transmission. Use your camera with a rearview mirror monitor, an existing in-dash TV, a DVR, or any other RCA-compatible video input.
Marine Grade Construction
Preferable mounting location is just above your vehicle's rear license plate. Exterior and flush mounting capability make the PLCM22IR perfect for long lasting and durable camera safety.
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The camera is a metal body. Dimensions are D 1.24" D 1.5". The camera includes a 17 ft. male to male RCA video cable and a 3 ft. power extension cable with female connector. A hole saw is included 28mm. This is a great product for $28.00.
* Sensor OV7910 color CMOS
* Total pixels: 510 x 492
* Resolution 380 TV lines
* Night Vision 10 IR led lights
* Video output: 1v pp 75 ohm
* Power Requirements: 12v @ 200ma
Updated March 22:
I have gone through two of these cameras and neither one lasted much more than a month before it leaked and failed. They both stopped working all at once after a rainy day and upon inspection, were full of mist on the inside of the glass. I don't know what good this camera is if it can't hold up to a little rain.
When the first one failed, I replaced it with the same, thinking it was just a fluke, and reinstallation would be easier with the same model. Now that the second one has failed, I am replacing it with a different model, but it is almost impossible to find another model of camera that fits the same hole. All of the other cameras out there are smaller. I will now have to repair a large hole in my bumper, just so that I can install a smaller camera into a smaller hole. Definitely would not recommend this product.
The picture is more than adequate in daytime, but I do notice a slight flicker when I hit bumps (I can turn on the camera independently of just being in reverse with my Pioneer Nav unit). The flicker makes me wonder if it will last. It more than suits its purpose of a back-up camera. It is not meant to shoot movies or anything. My observations:
I tried to test locations using a 13VDC transformer that works on pretty much everything else I have tried including Lowrance Marine Chart Plotters, but it did not power this camera and it only showed a white screen with lines on it. I almost wrote it off as defective, but tried battery power as a last resort. Worked fine... IDK why the transformer didnt work with it...
Camera seems well built. I read a thread where a guy said he disassembled one of these and replaced the O-rings... I have no idea how he did that. This is like a solid machined piece of aluminum. I dont see any way to open it up. It seems like it should not leak though as there are no holes or visible screw heads.
My mounting notes:
I mounted it where the license plate light does aim pretty much at it, but it doesnt seem to affect it that much. If you can avoid this, it probably makes the night viewing better.
Check behind your bumper before drilling. My spare is right behind my bumper. Even if it is not your spare, there is often wiring back there. Make sure you have adequate depth before you drill. 1.5" of so of this camera will be behind the bumper.
If you want it to be flush mounted and aimed straight back, place both rings behind your bumper after passing the camera through the hole.
If you need to angle the camera, place the smaller angled ring on the camera (flat side toward the camera, angled side toward the bumper) before passing it through the hole in your bumper and place the larger angled ring behind the bumper (angled side toward the bumper, flat side toward the nut). My mounting sticks out a quarter inch or so as I do have it on an angle to aim it at my trailer hitch. It would stick out an eighth or less if flush mounted with a straight back view.
To get power to the light, most factory tow packages have both positive and negative wires at the trailier wiring plug. I tapped into these. They camera now turns on and off with my ignition.
Anywhere the RCA connectors plug into each other, tape the connection with electrical tape. This helps seal out water and also prevents these from coming unplugged over time.
The video wire from my NAV unit was pushed through the firewall by putting a small hole in an existing rubber boot. I put mine directly below the steering wheel through the boot. I put RTV black around it for good measure to seal out water (although it looked tightly sealed around the wire without it).
I ran the video wire down the top of my truck frame with other wires. When it came close to the muffler, I ran it through/behind the heat shielding along with the factory wiring harness. I zip tied it in place about every 18".
Avoid pinch points like leaf springs, shocks, or any moving parts. Only attach the video wire to fixed parts and route it around moving parts.
The video cable will likely be too short. Use an RCA male to male adapter and add another wire if necessary. I did.
If you need to find your reverse light wire to activate the camera, google it like I did. A simple search for "Tundra wiring diagram reverse wire backup camera" led me to a page that said it was the blue wire in the white 11 pin plug in the passenger side kick panel. I found it in 2 minutes with this info. I checked for my GF's 370Z and found the same info immediately... if you have to know, it is in the driver's side kick panel on her car. (I forget the plug and wire color)...
I gave it 4 stars because:
It comes with no instructions (not that you really need any though)
It does flicker a little when I hit bumps
The night vision is pretty lousy