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Pyle PLCM7200 7-Inch TFT Mirror Monitor with Rear-View Night Vision Camera

Pyle PLCM7200 7-Inch TFT Mirror Monitor with Rear-View Night Vision Camera


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Pyle PLCM7200 7-Inch TFT Mirror Monitor with Rear-View Night Vision Camera

FEATURED Pyle PLCM7200 7-Inch TFT Mirror Monitor with Rear-View Night Vision Camera

  • 7'' TFT (16:9)Wide Screen - Viewing Angle:U/D90° L/R120° - License Plate Mount
  • Universal Clip on Existing Mirrors - Power Comsumption:6W - Anti Glare Mirror
  • Wireless Remote Control - Auto Switch PAL/NTSC - Screen Dimensions: 10.19''W x4.25''H x 1.81''D
  • Resolution:480xRGBx234 - Dual Video Input(DVD/CAMERA/GAME) - Camera Dimensions: 8.46'' W x1.29''H x 1.37''D
  • Contrast Ratio:400 CD/M2 - Rearview Night Vision Camera
  • 7-inch TFT LCD display
  • Viewing Angle:U/D90° L/R120° - License Plate Mount; Universal Clip on Existing Mirrors - Power Comsumption:6W - Anti Glare Mirror
This kit includes a nightvision-capable rear view camera and clip-on rear view mirror for your vehicle. The camera installs easily above your license plate and outputs crystal clear video over an RCA jack. The monitor clips to your rear view mirror. The monitor detects when you back up and shows the camera on screen. When you put your car back in drive, the image disappears – and your mirror becomes a mirror again. Perfect for backing into tight spots or moving in reverse when visibility is limited – it’s like having an extra eye. And this model comes with nightvision LEDs, which illuminate the area behind you at night. This small and durable unit will keep you safe and secure because you’ll always know what’s going on around you. The mirror also has multiple video inputs so you can hook up a portable DVD player or iPod. There is a seam that runs around the body of the camera itself. That seam is marine coated, however in environments that vary in temperature greatly, the pla

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  1. 176 of 180 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pyle PLCM7200 7-inch TFT Monitor/Back-up Nighttime Vision Camera, November 25, 2009
    By 

    Before install the directions are garbage so look at them once and toss it. It’s a pretty simple connection though red= positive, black= negative, green= brake line & the other is obvious video. Installing the back-up camera was of course simple: unscrew the ticket plate boom your done. Camera power cable just taps into your rear power line from the lights: Check voltage: and run the ground to a excellent spot and your camera is done. Running the wires was not too much fun but still not too terrible just invest in some zip ties to secure the line. Of course mounting the unit on the by now there mirror is simple. You sort of have 2 choices on the power: either go with an accessory line as long as you get 12 volts, not more than that equals a crappy picture. Or you can run the power to your battery and have the choice to turn it off and on every time you get in and out of the car. Please connect it to an ACC power line it will be so much simpler. I just ran the ground under the dash where there were other ground wires: simple. Okay got the simple material done. Toughest part: Location of your brake wires. Luckily it’s usually black and pink. And if you’re lucky and have a ad set up you can just connect into that line under hood or dash and excellent luck under the dash. Connected my video cables and battery place my ignition in the start position without early the motor: place her in reverse and boom a nice bright view behind me in the Day Light. After snugging everything down and double read-through everything to be on the safety 3rd side it was time to give it a test. All through the day it facility fantastic and I have a nice clear picture behind me. One thing I noticed is that it doesn’t have a too excellent of a peripheral vision to my right or left but it is acceptable. Okay NIGHT TEST: Went to the Grocery store place it in reverse backing up, Camera was pretty excellent but keep in mind that is in a well lit up area, I could see clearly behind me people, cars or whatever else would of been there. Now for my NIGHT time parking area: Camera NOT so fantastic dam near a black show, those modest LED’s just don’t have enough light in a dark area to light things up by the book. So NIGHT TEST FAILED in a dark area with the one light I park not more than. Nighttime Vision Camera is a fake statement really when you’re parking in a dark area. But it did light up the bush behind me when I got about 1 foot or less away and I could see clearly once those modest LED’s were lighting things up. But still a FAIL in the dark: if you were backing down a dark street and had this you would not see a thing even the street.
    By and large not terrible for less than $100 especially the cover it’s nice and huge: Now to figure out everything else on it since the directions were um the crappiest I’ve ever seen. What’s the modest speaker for on the back? What are the modes I can’t identify? I place this on my Ford F250 HD Get Extra wire if you have a huge truck.
    Oh, yeah the wire from the mirror is very small I had to run everything down the plastic runners.
    A couple hours of install time was worth it. This camera will come in handy. It cost me less than $100. I had to spend some money buying extra wire. But Over all it’s a pretty excellent deal. It’s clear picture in the day and well lit up areas. Terrible in the dark areas. So it’s 80% excellent 20%terrible. maybe I’ll do a small video review so people can see it in action.

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  2. 73 of 76 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic backup system but TERRIBLE instructions, UNITL NOW, May 1, 2010
    By 
    Keith Jackson (Gainesville, Florida) –

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    I like the system. It is really cool backing up looking into the rear-view mirror and seeing everything behind the car. I feel like I can drive in reverse anywhere. I reckon it will really help when I am backing up my trailor. With that said, the instructions are worthless. Since they are, I will describe my installation here on a Honda Ody 2005:
    1. Find a 12V power adapter (kind you plug into cigarette lighter, they come with lots of electronics so you probably have one somewhere. If not it can be bought at RShack)/
    2. Cut off the plug end that goes into the electronic item (not the end that goes into the cig lighter).
    3. Splice the cut wires into the Pyle Monitor’s wires (the red is power and the black is ground). On my 12V adapter, the black wire was ground and the black-with-white-stripe wire was hot.
    4. I did not use the green wire and will clarify later.
    5. The only other wire is the yellow video connector which we will use later.
    For the camera:
    6. Remove all the plastic backing on the trunk hatch.
    7. Remove the ticket plate.
    8. There is a hole midway betw the lic plate mounting holes. Drill that out wider so the camera power and video cables can meander through.
    9. I had to mount the camera on the bottom of lic plate (interfered with trunk latch). Meander the cables through the drilled hole and tighten everything up.
    10. On the inside of trunk hatch, find the wire that feeds one of the rear back up lights. On the Ody it is green. Cut a green and ground (black) and connect to the red (hot) and black (ground) wires that connect to the camera. NOTE, these wires plug into the red coax cable appearance from the camera.
    11. All that’s left is to connect the video from the camera to the montior and replace all the plastic you took off.
    It worked like a charm (took me all day to figure this out though). I did not connect the green wire from the monitor b/c it was hard to find a backup power wire, cut it, and connect it to the green wire – I did not want to cut wires in the dash area b/c it was crowded and hard to get to. But I don’t miss it. I just hit the power button on the unit when I want to back up and turn it off when I am not in reverse. No huge deal. Hope that makes sense.
    I hope these instructions help.

    11/2011 update
    The mirror only lasted less than a year. It bunged giving an image. It was not wiring but the device itself. Piece of S%&%. I will by no means buy any of this company’s products again.

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  3. 29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Facility fantastic. not anymore, September 17, 2010
    By 
    Camilo A. Santisteban “Santi” (Ramona Ca.) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: Pyle PLCM7200 7-Inch TFT Mirror Monitor with Rear-View Nighttime Vision Camera (Electronics)

    I just bought a 2010 F250 small bed. Did not get the reverse camera option and realized I should have. Looked around Amazom and found the Pyle PLCM 7200 monitor and camera for under $100. The reviews where mid range but it seemed to be only due to the complaint that the instructions are not adequate. Well it is right that they are very very limited but considering all the variations in vehicles it is expected. Basically you need power to the camera, cable run involving the camera in the exterior back with the monitor in the cab, and power to the monitor. So this is what I had to do.

    Camera
    I did not want to hook it up to the ticket plate holder so some fool could rip it off easily. So a placed it just behind it. There is a panel with two holes. The holes are not in a perfect location but with a metal strip from Home Depot and some bolts, it sits secured and nicely hides between the gate and the ticket plate.
    I took a meter and checked continuity between the cables to the ad connection and the pin out on the connector. On the F250 orange is power (+) and the huge white one is restore (-). The video cable they give is a modest small. I had an bonus 4 foot single RCA cable. With an adapter to connect them both to each other, I ran the cable along the non exhaust side to the lodge. So how to get the video into the cab? Well it so happens that on the back of the cab there are two vent openings. Pretty sweet. The cable easily fits through the vent, then you just run it along the trim to the front drivers side.

    Monitor
    Attaches right over the existing rear view mirror. Cable slides into where the lodge cealing meets the trim. Down to the drivers side, squeezing into trim. On the side of the dash the panel comes right off, no screws. The cable just makes it into a cavity under the dash. I have a few car power adapters from various flashlights that have died through the years so, I cut the end off of one, metered it to see which side was +, and then wired it to the power wires from the monitor. There are alot of screws to land the ground wire to in the area where the panel came off from.

    Plug in the adapter, turn the Key to ACC, turn the monitor on and on Video 1 I get a nice clear picture.

    I used the adapter instead of hardwiring it because it was simple. I do not have a representation of what all the wires under the dash do.

    As far as nighttime vision, well with no lights it is dark, imagine that. With break lights and even more with reverse lights I get a descent picture. Certainly excellent enough to hook up a ad at nighttime.

    The remote facility nice. There are options to modify brightness, contrast, tint and even if you initialy installed the camera upside down, you can flip the view.

    Update 5 16 2012. The monitor stop working..distress shooted….bought new camera…facility now and again but not when needed…seems to be the show unit….maybe gets to hot in the cab.??

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