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|Product Name:||Shielding 4 Pin Mini Din S Video Extension Cable For Rear View Mirror Camera||Cable OD:||5.0mm|
|Working Temperature:||-40℃~95℃||Insulating Material:||PVC|
Shielding 4 Pin Mini Din S Video Extension Cable for Rear View Mirror Camera
1. Description :
Accessory backup video systems for cars are widely available with several electronics manufacturers competing in the market. While the primary mission of these minicams is simply to provide a view to the rear while you're parking or backing up, they also offer a safety advantage because they can help you to see a child, pet, or hazard.
'' Rear visibility requirements will save lives, and will save many families from the heartache suffered after these tragic incidents occur '' .
This cable is used to link your vehicle camera and monitor.
2. Specification :
|Pin number||4 , 6 , 8 , 9 pin or pole|
|Application||Vehicle security camera,monitor,DVR|
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How to guarantee the signal transmission stability, HD, Anti-interference?
All cable conductor and shielding are made of bare copper, then screened by copper wire and AL foil against the interference from other vehicle electronic signal to guarantee sable HD signal transmission.
How to control the quality?
1.Each product must be tested strictly to insure none of problem cables delivered to customer.
2.The cable jacket is produced in strict accordance with ISO6722-2006 standard, which is up to automobile security usage standard in oil resistant, UV, low temperature, flexing testing.
3.All raw materials meet the REACH, ROHS environmental protection requirement.
How long will it take to prepare a sample and finish mass production?
Sample takes about 2 working days while batch production round 10 days(depends on the specific orders)
What is the payment term?
TT, L/C, WESTERN UNION. If you like other payment method, please discuss with us.
Why you need to eliminate the blind zone
Every year, thousands of children are hurt or killed because a driver backing up didn't see them. For the most part, back-over incidents take place in residential driveways or parking lots and about three-quarters of the time it is a parent or close relative who's behind the wheel.
The main reason that back-over accidents are so frequent is that every vehicle has a rear blind zone—the area you can't see from the driver's seat. And that zone to the rear is bigger than you might think, ranging from about 25 feet for a minivan to 50 feet for some pickup trucks--plenty of space for an unwary child to be in harm's way.
Many new cars have proximity sensors that beep with increasing frequency when you back toward solid objects. The sensor systems might work well as parking aids but they aren't informative enough to tip you to the presence of someone, particularly a small child.
Other vehicles have backup cameras incorporated into their ($2,000 to $3,000) navigation system and some appear in the rear-view mirror. When you shift into reverse, the screen shows a wide-angle or fish-eye view to the rear. Camera systems are much better at revealing objects you could not otherwise see through the windows and mirrors.
Aftermarket sensor and camera systems allow any vehicle to be retrofitted with some sort of warning device