|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.4 x 1.2 x 4.9 inches|
|Item model number||FOS07TAPT|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FOS07TAPT|
|Cover Included||1 Doorway security Sharkfin Camera, 7" touch screen anti-glare monitor, 1 Rear Marker Light Camera, 2 Side Marker Light Cameras|
|Special Features||CMOS 120° View Angle, Infrared Night Vision, No delay in high speed, 720 x 480 Camera Resolution, Blind Spot Turn Signal, Intelligent IR Cut Filter, Long Range for large vehicles, Optional Built In Running Light, IP65 Waterproof, Motion Detect|
|Vehicle Service Type||Recreational Vehicle|
3 Year Portable Electronic Accident Protection Planfrom Asurion, LLC
- No deductibles or added costs. Parts, labor and shipping included.
- Drops, spills and cracked screens covered from day one. Other breakdowns covered after the manufacturer's warranty expires.
- Includes 24/7 tech support - setup, connectivity issues, troubleshooting and much more.
- File a claim online or by phone 24/7. If we can't repair it, we'll replace it or reimburse the purchase price with an Amazon e-gift card.
- Plans are only valid for new or certified refurbished products purchased in the last 30 days with no pre-existing damage. Protection plan documents will be delivered via email within 24 hours of purchase.
Furrion Vision S 7 Inch, 4 camera Wireless RV Backup System with Infrared Night Vision and Wide Viewing Angles: 1 Rear Camera, 2 Side Cameras, and 1 Door Way Security Sharkfin Camera - FOS07TAPT
|Price:||$869.99 & FREE Shipping. Details & FREE Returns|
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- Long-Range Signal Strength: The 2.4GHz wireless communication digitally locks to the camera systems which makes it safe and reliable for all vehicle sizes.
- Tested for up to 100ft at high speeds and extended range of up to 492ft in open spaces.
- Long-Range Signal Strength: The 2.4GHz wireless communication digitally locks to the camera systems which makes it safe and reliable for all vehicle sizes. Tested for up to 100ft at high speeds and extended range of up to 492ft in open spaces. Compatible with RVs, motorhomes, trucks, semi-trailers, box trucks, shuttle buses, commuter buses, and tractors.
- Easy & Quick Installation: Most RVs are already prepped for the Vision S system, eliminating extensive drilling requirements. The unique marker light cameras allow you to replace your existing marker lights and side running lights with the Furrion Vision S marker light cameras.
- Doorway Security & Motion Detection: You can also wire the cameras to serve as a security system to help you stay safe when parked. The cameras can automatically detect movement and auto awake the display. The rear and doorway camera also include microphones with audio transmission.
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With a transmission range of up to 492ft when parked and tested for up to 100ft at high speeds, Furrion Vision S Camera System is ideal for travel trailers, 5th wheels or commercial trucks.
The 2.4GHz digital wireless technology provides smooth, clear, and uninterrupted live-video with no lag. The digital locking signature prevents image interference or image loss while parking or driving, even at high speeds
Motion detectors alert you of any movement outside your vehicle. When stationary, the auto awake monitor turns observation cameras into motion detecting security cameras.
The microphone on the rear and doorway security cameras pick up sounds which makes backing up safer
Wide viewing angles
With a 120° viewing angle for doorway and rear cameras and 65° for the side cameras, Furrion Vision S gives you visibility all around your RV to reduce blind spots and makes reversing easier and safer.
Furrion Vision S technology provides coverage of 40ft of clear, precise and sharp video even in complete darkness.
Rear Assist Marker Lines
Rear assist marker lines help you reverse safely. With coverage right down to the bumper, it’s easy to see blind spots and hidden obstacles when backing up.
HD touch screen display
The high-resolution touch screen monitor lets you toggle between the cameras. With the larger 7" & 5" monitor, you can view up to 4 cameras at once. Passing, tailgating, and merging cars are much easier to see.
|Vision S 7" 4-Camera System with Marker Lights||Vision S 7" 3-Camera System with Marker Lights||Vision S 5" 3-Camera System with Marker Lights||Vision S 7" Single Camera System with Marker Light||Vision S 5" Single Camera System with Marker Light||Vision S 4.3" Single Camera System|
|Number of camera||4||3||3||1||1||1|
|Rear Camera with integrated marker light||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Microphone||Yes – Rear and Doorway cameras||Yes – Rear camera||Yes – Rear camera||Yes – Rear camera||Yes – Rear camera||Yes – Rear camera or Doorway Camera|
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I purchased this 850$ 4 camera kit for my brand new 2019 Forest River Flagstaff Shamrock Travel Trailer to give me some extra views from the front/back/sides. My travel trailer came with the “shark fin Housing” already wired in for the Furrion back camera. This kit was much more affordable than buying the cameras separately and came with a nice big screen.
I was so excited to use these cameras I actually had the dealer loan me a ladder (when I was picking up my trailer) and within 3 minutes I had the back camera installed in my trailer (it came pre-wired, so it was literally just 4 small screws and 1 connector to mount it. The cameras came pre-paired with my 7 inch screen so I was up and running VERY quickly!
Driving home, the camera worked great, no connection issues (despite that it was as far away from the display as it could get while towing the 22 foot long trailer). My one “problem” was that the camera was pointed to much down and I wanted to see a little more behind me. The camera is designed “supposedly” to pivot inside the housing of it’s mount. So.... when I got home, I got out my ladder, and went to tilt the camera “up” (So I could still see the back bumper, but also see behind me more). Trying to adjust it, I noticed that there was some resistance when trying to adjust it down. I tried again to pivot it and gave just a little more force (not excessive at ALL!) and something snapped and now the camera was loose on one side inside the camera housing.
I hoped that something just came out of it’s pivot point and I just had to snap something back into place, but alas, no luck.
I removed the camera from it’s mount and took it inside to find that although the design allowed the camera to pivot, it had some significant design flaws with trying to do this! First, the two “Pivot Pins” on each side of the camera are VERY small/fragile. In trying to adjust the camera, one of these pins had snapped off. The other problem is that the way the pivot housing is designed, the wire that comes out of the back of the camera, goes through a small hole in the pivot housing and the hole is placed away from where the camera wire comes out. On top of that, on the end of the connection cable coming out of the camera, there is a ferrite ring that is snapped onto the cable that will not fit through the hole on the housing. So really there is no room for the cable to “travel” when trying to adjust the camera, so by trying to adjust it, it put all the force on the left side pivot pin.
I instantly had several design changes I felt like I could do to make a channel in the housing for the cable to be able to travel (without compromising the structure integrity), but here is where I paused and decided that I probably shouldn’t start modifying this 850$ camera set without contacting Furrion support first to see about getting my camera replaced.
I went through their web portal and submitted a case, I got an e-mail the next day asking for pictures of what was wrong. I sent that e-mail immediately and didn’t get a reply for the next 3 days. On day 3 I called and was told someone would be getting back with me soon. On day 5 I called again, and again was told they would have someone reply to my e-mail. I got a reply later that day and they basically said: “Sorry that pivot pin broke and we have no way to replace that camera housing. You will need a replacement camera and we won’t provide that under warranty.” WHAT?? So I ended up calling one last time on Tuesday (after my reply to that update went un-answered) and although the folks I talked to were very friendly, they would NOT help me resolve this issue without me purchasing a new camera from them (They offered a small discount on a new one, but still would have been over 120$ out of my pocket). I find this VERY unsatisfactory and hence the 2 star review. Outside of this support challenge, the camera system is working very well (so far), and I’m super happy with how everything looks and works (outside of this design/mechanical issue). I was able to use a combination of super glue and epoxy to re-attach the pin and I modified the pivot housing to create a channel that the cable coming out of the back of the camera could move through and re-installed it in the pre-existing housing on my trailer and was able to perfectly adjust the angle to what I wanted. I just hope my glue holds!
Installation of the camera into the factory-installed sharkfin bracket was easy and simple. The instructions were clear and complete.
Upon getting into the truck with the monitor, things were just as simple. Hook up the power, turn the unit on, hit the lights to power up the camera, done. Monitor picked right up on the signal, picture is clear and crisp, and an initial test drive showed no issues.
Field of view is exceptional, providing coverage of a large area behind the camper, including right down to the bumper and off to the sides in passing areas.
I don't believe the other reviews suggesting "bad color" are entirely accurate. While it's true that some objects appear "white" (tree leaves are most notable), this appears to be more a function of contrast and brightness than bad color. I suspect the system is intentionally "over-bright" and/or "over-contrasted" to provide better night-time views. Brightness and contrast *are* adjustable on the monitor, though the range of adjustment is not sufficient to correct all of these issues.
Nevertheless, the product receives 5 stars from me for its simple efficiency, clear picture, and the enhanced safety and situational awareness it offers. Frankly, a few "oddly colored" trees are not a significant issue.
I'll try to remember to update this review down the road, after I've had a few "real trips" with the camper in various driving conditions.
Now the bad. The mounting bracket is crap. Pure, unadulterated, crap. To start with, it is too short for the display to tilt up fully vertical when mounted to the windshield. I drive an F-150, so it isn't like I have a steep angle on the windshield to start with. On my truck, there are not a lot of other places to use a suction cup, so that is what I am stuck with. On top of that, after the first use, the suction lever and cup fell apart. Now I have to hunt under my seat to find the little bitty pieces so I can figure out a way to get it to stay together. I may end up tossing the bracket and using a universal mount, but not sure the display will fit. My only other option is to somehow prop it up on the dashboard with something. At this price, I expected better. I guess quality is something that is not important to manufacturers these days.
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1. the wiring for my trailer requires my clearance lights (not daytime running lights) to be on for the camera to be powered. I have to manually turn on my headlights (not in auto or daytime). Took me 20 minutes to realize this
2. When driving and using the camera for looking behind me, it does lag a bit, and if there is a shadow on the road on the highway it lags to the point that the signal is interupted for a couple seconds and then comes back on.
3. the suction cup mount is not long enough for an 2012 F150. The top antenia is so tall (even when bent as shown in the product photo) that it hits the window and the screen is forced to be angled down. A longer arm on the mount or a plate or something to rest the monitor on the dash would be better. Or even use a GPS style ball joint to hold the mounting bracket, that way there are numerous 3rd party adaptors you can get.
Before buying the camera I checked the mounting bracket which said the camera would work and I checked Furrion's website and it said my trailer was pre-wired for back or observation, based on the maker. Well, they were wrong, so manufacture wired differently and Furrion should not give out incorrect information. In order to get it working, I will need to rewire to one of my backlights and I will do this. Observation is what I want, shame furrion's website had incorrect information.
UPDATE Sept 24th - Camera and monitor worked fine on Sept 16th, first time I was able to use. Then on September 22nd monitor lost power after 5 minutes and would not turn back on. I tried the power cable in 3 outlets known to be working, still no power. Either the cable or the monitor is broken. I have opened a warranty claim