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Peak Wireless Rear View Camera ---Now with more wires!!

Turdle

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Looks simple enough right?
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Wow, umm, wireless? Which part is wireless?



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In the attempt to avoid direct wire of a camera and monitor using this--


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The diecision was made to make it wireless, which required adding this

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So "Wireless" by definition means "to triple the amount of needed wire"


:rolleyes::rolleyes:
 


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All you need is a ground and a power. or a ground and a reverse light wire. all those that i have seen lke that require some sort of small wiring. i have yet to see a battery opperated unit (for the camera part)
 




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That's because you got one for a jeep...
 








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WoW do they make this in a wireless version.....
 




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I just put one of these "wireless" set-ups in my truck. That required additional wire because the wire wasn't as long as the bed and I wanted to put the transmitter inside out of the weather! Lol....Anyway, it works pretty well, but the reception does pick up interference from other transmitted sources. I was picking my wife up from an appointment and I could see the security camera screen from the nail salon next door!!:D
I think I will get a hard wired camera set up on my mountaineer.
 




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Why is it even required- if you can't see that kid, you're blind. He's as big as the damn Jeep!

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No kidding! Did a double take, that trike needs a wireless camera setup! And they say the hormones in milk are not affecting kids....
 




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