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Old 10-04-2014, 07:29 AM   #1
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Backup camera manual operation

I need to rewire the backup camera in my 2003 Newmar Mountain Aire for manual operation. I know I need to find the blue wire attached to the brakes and connect it to a hot wire when the key is on. But I have no idea where the blue wire is. Can anyone help?
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Little more camera info..... Brand , Model etc.
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It is a Voyager AOM681 6.8" flat panel color observation monitor.
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My Voyager b/w monitor has a switch to make it stay on anytime the ignition is on. Is that what you want or are you looking for a way to switch between cameras?
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From a previous thread
"If your system has only a single rear camera, you can move the BLUE Trigger wire from the Reverse circuit to the +12V Ignition/Accessory circuit. This will cause the camera to come ON automatically whenever you start the coach and shut off when your ignition is OFF. The monitor will remain in the CAM1 position when triggered, so this would not be desirable if you have a second camera in your system.

Most of our newer Voyager Observation monitors have either an Auto-ON or Last Position Memory function, which would provide this method of allowing the monitor to turn ON with the ignition while still allowing triggered operation by the Reverse & Turn-signal circuits."
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Thanks for the replies everyone.

Yes I want to be able to see the toad when I'm travelling so it looks like I will just check it while I'm on the road.
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