- Product Dimensions: 30 x 15 x 5 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 635 g
- Item Model Number: 7008
- ASIN: B01IZH9XU2
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 29 November 2017
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7" Car Auto Monitor in-Mirror LCD Screen HD 800x480, E-Kylin 12V / 24V Universal for Truck Mirror Mount Clip 2 RCA Input for Backup Camera/Rear View/DVD/Media Player
- 7" Car Auto Truck Trailer Universal In-Mirror HD LCD Monitor Screen, 2 RCA Video Inputs
- Powered by 12V-24V, universal for car or truck, special design for backup assistance and media/dvd play in car.
- Universal non-destructive installation, clip on your current rear view mirror. Pinch Clip Adjustable Distance: 60mm ~ 90mm
- Simple wiring, power cable with 2 RCA Input & backup trigger signal wire. For More Backup Cameras, please search ASIN code: B01AAARUKM,B01ECP9GP8,B01DJD3VGY. Wiring Cables & Adapters: B01H22NFJQ, B01AZ354V6, B019TUJ15Q
- 800*480 LCD Screen, High definition display. For More Backup Cameras, please search ASIN code: B01AAARUKM,B01ECP9GP8,B01B7ZNJH2,B01B7ZNG5M,B01B7ZNIBE,B019TT6FJM
Colour: 7" On-Mirror Monitor
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Universal 7 inch Mirror Mount Monitor, Clip on your current rear view mirror. No need to take off any original parts.
See Clear and reduce car accidents when reversing. Infrared lights for night vision.
Complete parking system. 1 year warranty.
HD 800*480 screen.
7 Inch Rearview Monitor with Backup Camera
High definition display
Auto trigger rear view when monitor is off
Excellent car accessory and parking aid!
Car Rear View Monitor Specification
Screen: 7 Inch Widescreen TFT LCD
Resolution 800 x 480
Video System: NTSC/PAL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 16:9
Inputs: AV in
Rearview Mirror Pinch Clip: Adjustable- 60mm ~ 90mm
Dimensions: 107mm x 255mm x 25mm
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Because of the layout of my cargo van interior, I can't see out the rear of the van so the rear view mirror is virtually useless. The van has a backup camera, but it only sees from the bumper level down. So, I have two problems: 1) Can't see what's behind me when changing lanes while driving (except through side view mirrors) and 2) when backing up, my field of view is only directly behind the van. In a parking lot, I would have to creep out slowly and depend on other cars to slow down or beep their horns, or always find a spot to park where I can pull through two adjacent spots so I'm always driving forward.
I installed this in my van in February 2017, along with a roof mounted camera. Image quality was okay, I like the size of the screen compared to the cheaper 4.3 monitors. The daytime is a much better image than the night time, although that could be due to the camera, not the monitor. There is an adjustment to turn up the brightness, which makes the night time view much better, but since this is a work van and is used primarily during the day, I left it the brightness turned down to look optimal during day time.
There's almost no reflectivity in the screen, so forget about using it as a mirror, but that's not a concern to me.
Since I used the monitor as a virtual rear view mirror, it gets about 4 hours of use per day, 6 days a week. This past October, the picture died. Because of my work schedule and my habit of putting things off, I didn't get around to diagnosing if the problem was the monitor or the camera until today. It's the monitor. When I press any of the buttons on the monitor, it beeps, but there is no display on the screen. My estimate is that I got about 6 months of heavy use out of it.
My feeling is that you get what you pay for, and I only paid $40 for a rear view monitor/mirror. I'm sure some of the monitors that come out of their factory work for years and some crap out sooner. I didn't get the good one. I'm over it.
While I'm not looking forward to pulling out the trim pieces in the car to replace the monitor, it's still a good instrument for folks who have cargo vans, trucks or any other vehicle layout where your rear view is restricted. I'm thinking of putting a quick disconnect connector into the wiring harness to make it easy to replace these monitors when they die, because compared to backing up into a pedestrian or hitting another car, $40 is a pittance and I've going to order a new one.
I'm only giving it a 3 star "It's Okay" review because I don't think it's the greatest quality. I have no argument with the seller, however, because I really dragged my feet about installing it and then troubleshooting it when it failed.