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Old 02-01-2015, 02:50 PM   #1
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Late 90's CC Rear View Camera Replacement

I'm considering the Rear View Safety RVS-7706133 system for my 98 Allure 36'. I'd like to adapt the RVS camera into the existing camera enclosure to keep it looking like original design. The RVS camera comes with a bracket for mounting to rv exteriors, but as I stated I prefer to not do that. Has anyone successfully replaced their camera while using the original housing/enclosure that came on our late '90s coaches?




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Btw, my current/original configuration is with the Intec CVC112FM camera. This flush mount camera positions the camera at 44 degrees from the vertical surface of the coach.


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I had our Sony camera repaired by a guy up in Canada. He fixed it, I re-installed it and it has been working since. A real pain to get to, though.
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I'm going through the same thing. I also have the same camera and want to keep it in the original housing. I ended up just getting the same camera and housing for it.
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Old 03-03-2015, 09:56 AM   #5
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OK, not many replies so I may have been too limiting with my planned replacement or the range of model years.

Who has replaced an INTEC camera/monitor system and what did you use? My particular interest is in camera configuration in regards to original location or the original mount / housing. This is similar to what I have now.

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Old 03-03-2015, 10:27 AM   #6
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If ya want to keep the housing on the back just like you have and get a color monitor and camera from INTEC it's gonna cost ya about $1,600,00. If you want a new B/W camera only with that housing INTEC made a run of them last year and when I got mine a few months ago he had one or two left. Model CVC111.The camera with the housing was $50.00. They need to move the power pin on the connector but you just need to tell them at time of purchase. I sent him a picture of the plug on the end of the camera. I looked for weeks to find a housing like this and INTEC is the only one I found. Here is a copy of his email and name.

Mike

As I suspected, your camera is powered on the old power pin. The new
camera should you buy one will have to be reconfigured. Mention that to
the sales person if you decide to order and a note will be added to the
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Just wondering if or what you replaced yours with.
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The camera housing on our 1997 Intrigue looks like the housing posted above. The original Intek B&W camera was very small and I could not find an equivalent color camera that would fit it that tiny housing.
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The camera housing on our 1997 Intrigue looks like the housing posted above. The original Intek B&W camera was very small and I could not find an equivalent color camera that would fit it that tiny housing.
Same exact color camera and housing.

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