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For Chrysler Concorde 1998~2004
Car camera Specification:
1.Effective Pixls: 440.000 (720x540)
2.Power: DC 12V
3.View Angle: 170 degree
4.Image Sensor: CCD1/3
5.TV system: NTSC/PAL(If you need PAL system , please leave a message)
6.Horizontal Resolution: 520 TV linesWireless Specification:
*Wireless 2.4GHz transmitter/receiver set (12-Volt for vehicle installation)
*Transmitter / Receiver Cable Length:1m
*Take one minute get your camera become a wireless camera
*Work Range:Up to about 80m(Hollowness)
*Connects to rear-view camera and front video screen
*Fit all RCA composite video connections
How to Install a Camera with the Wireless Module:
=> Take out your stock license plate light at the back of your car.
=> Fix the camera to where the stock license plate light was.
=> Connect the built-in license plate light of the camera to where the stock license plate light was connected to get the power
=> Connect the wireless module (transmitter) to your camera via the two cables - yellow plug for AV output , black plug for power
=> Connect the wireless module (transmitter) to the reverse light of your car to get the power - red wire for positive ,black wire for negative
=> Connect the wireless module (receiver) to your car monitor - yellow plug for AV input.
=> Connect the wireless module (receiver) to car battery or cigarette lighter to get the power - red wire for positive ,black wire for negative
=> You will see the images when your car is in reverse shift.