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    7 Inch Monitor for Dash Cam, DC 12V/24V

    Cheap 7" TFT color monitor for most of dash cam, 172*112mm size, RGB 800*480P resolution, 12/24VDC working voltage, supporting NTSC/PAL TV standard, 2 channle RCA inputs, remote control & key operation, best for bus, truck, excavator or other special vehicles.
    SKU: T-DCAM-M1
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    7 inch dash cam monitor is special designed for the vehicles that haven't a reversing display but need install dash cam. It equips a headrest bracket, a vertical bracket and a remote control. The installation method is more flexible.

    Specification:

    Model T-TS7018-C
    Gross weight 0.8kg
    Box size 215*150*85mm
    Display 7 inch TFT color digital monitor
    Display size 172*112mm
    Display mode 16:9
    Resolution RGB 800*480P
    Brightness 300cd/m2
    Working voltage 12~24VDC
    Rated power 7W
    TV standard NTSC/PAL
    Input 2 channel RCA inputs
    Operating mode Keys operation and remote control
    Color Black
    Applicable vehicle Bus, truck, excavator
    Certification CE
    Warranty 12 months
    Packing included 1 * 7" TFT color monitor
    1 * remote control
    1 * headrest bracket
    1 * vertical bracket
    1 * video input cable
    1 * user manual
    1 * color box

    Tips: How to install 360 dash cam with external monitor?

    1. First confirm the installation location of each camera and wiring.
    2. Confirm the location of the host, and try to face the host panel to a location convenient for remote control.
    3. Confirm the placement of the monitor:
      The dash cam monitor can be placed in the blank of the center console panel.
      It can be placed on the instrument desk with a vertical bracket.
      Monitor can be stick at the rearview mirror of the vehicle.
    4. First, lay out the video extension cable. It can be placed and tied together with the original car cable.
    5. Arrange the dash cam monitor. Remove the monitor bracket first, fix the bottom bracket, and then install the monitor on the bracket.
    6. Connect the power cables of the vehicle video recorder and the vehicle monitor. Use an automotive voltage tester to confirm whether the voltages of the power cables are correct. Plug the power cable of the monitor and the host, and turn on the power.
    7. Wait for the booting completed and enter the 4-in-1 monitoring interface. After plugging in each camera power cable, adjust the position and angle of the camera, and then fix all the cameras.
    8. Finally, complete all display parameter settings and operation debugging according to the user manual.
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