Works very well if you find the right position.
This system works pretty much as described. However, the position of the transmitters is important to minimise interferrence from trees and other vehicles etc. Ie locating the transmitter at the rear of a caravan resulted in very poor display on the screen in the car as the signal isn't strong enough to make it through all the mass of the van. Trees and buildings played havoc with the reception. Located the transmitter at the front if the van in a window after splicing in extra cable. Much better picture but when driving about (on all the time ...to see traffic behind) there is still interferrence from security cameras, video senders and other road users also using the 2.4 MHz band. Ie screen will go from showing behind my van to inside a shop, a TV show or even the view from behind another trailer travelling in the next lane and back again. Very useful to better see traffic behind for knowing when to turnout. second camera on car makes reversing to hitching position much easier. trial and error to position transmitter to get picture with minimum interferrence. Build quality is OK but built to a price which suggests it should cost much less than it does.
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I have just bought a Response camera that I wish to be forward facing(for front parking etc) and want to connect to the existing monitor in the car so it will be permanantly on when the ignition is on and will pair to the already installed Response monitor. What wiring is required at the front of the vehicle that will be independant of the reversing camera?
Bought 2.4 GHz wireless reverse camera. It did not pair. Sent back to the seller. Response wireless camera is totally useless.
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