|Item Weight||14.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 4.4 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||BW7INAVHS|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required.|
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7 Inch 16:9 TFT LCD Widescreen Car Rearview Monitor Mirror with Touch Button, 480(W)x 234(H) Screen Resolution, Car /Automobile Rear View Mirror Display Monitor Support Two Ways Of Video Output, V1/V2 Selecting
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- The Item Is Mainly Used For Car Surveillance, Car Rearview
- 7 inch 16:9 TFT LCD Widescreen Rearview Mirror Monitor With 480(W) x RGB x 234(H)=336960 Pixels, and High Quality NTSC TV System
- Support Two Ways of Video Output, V1/V2 Selecting. It Will Turn To Blue Screen When No Video Signal
- Rear Watching: Image Can Be Changed Left and Right
- Operate Mode: Touch Keys, Remote Control
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* Power: Switch For Power Supply.
* Video: V1/V2 Selecting.
* Menu: Choosing Brightness, Color, Contrast.
* Voice+: Increase Button.
* Voice-: Reduces Button.
* Mode: Selecting Results of Display.
1 x 7 Inch LCD Widescreen Car Rearview Monitor.
1 x Wire Harness.
1 x Remote Controller.
1 x User Manual.
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one nice feature is that it mounts and unmounts without tools and very little effort.It stays in place and has worked well for more than a month now.
So, I took some educated guesses, and connected the black wire to the ground, the blue wire to the ignition wire, and the fused red wire to the battery(always have 12V.)
Of course, the back up camera is already connected to this monitor via a RCA yellow plug from the back of the vehicle; I tapped into the reverse light wire for powering the camera itself, and connected the ground wire of the camera to the chassis of the vehicle.
With this wiring setup, when I shift to reverse, the monitor shows the back view as intended, BUT, when I shift away from reverse, the monitor will not turn off, just a blue screen. So I thought: this is not right. The monitor should turn itself off when the gear is shifted from Reverse to Drive or Park. It just doesn't make sense to have to manually turned off by the driver. And, when I turned off the monitor manually, it stays OFF, even if I shift to Reverse from Park or Drive. So, something is wrong, obviously.
After searching the web for a whole day with no luck solving the problem, I came back to amazon.com, looked through ALL the customer review to no avail, I accidentally and finally found the solution by looking through the Q&A section at the bottom the page.(I also reconnected the red wire from the monitor to the ignition switch wire, so when I switch off the engine, there will be no power to the monitor, saving the battery in the process.)
From a user called MJ, I learned that the blue wire is supposedly connect to the reverse light wire, so I ran the blue wire all the way to the back of the vehicle, and connected to the same wire which I connected the back up camera's power wire into. NOW, the problem's solved.
My big concern was the "mirror" being a mirror or not. It is not a mirror to me but more of a "reflection" that you can see things behind you but I would not consider it a true mirror. I kind of knew what I was getting and thought it would be ok and it is just that, ok as far as being a rear view mirror.
For a display, I think it is great. It is large and colors are as accurate as can be expected (when paired with a Pyle PLCM18BC camera). I have zero complaints in regards to the "display".
Wiring: If you read the reviews there are no directions that are of any help. This is true and I did not really pay any attention to them because of the reviews. I tried a couple different ways to hook things up I found (for me) the perfect wiring hookup.
I hung the display on the existing mirror and fished the wires down to the below dash area on the drivers side. I then fished 3 wires from the back of the car to the same area under the dash (one red, one blue and then the supplied av cable that came with the camera).
Red wire (switched power - on with key)
Black wire (ground to chassis)
Blue wire (hooked up to the blue wire I fished from back of car which was tied to backup light)
Red wire (connected to red wire I fished to front of car which was connected to the same switched power that the camera was connected to)
Black wire (ground to chassis)
AV wire (connected to the av wire I fished to front of car that connected to the display unit)
I found this to be perfect. The screen is black until you shift to reverse, the display comes on nearly instantly then off again when you shift out of reverse. I also found if you want to display the rear camera view while not in reverse, just touch the av button on the display and you can show AV2 all the time which is the rear camera view. Works just like a factory install when wired like this.