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Old 09-08-2016, 12:42 PM   #15
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I bought a wireless camera for my RV. I wired it to the roof lights in the back and placed it about 4" inches below. That way I can turn the camera on and off using the light switch. If you don not put an on/off switch it will consume your battery. I made the light whole a little bigger and fed the wireless transmitter into the roof of the camper and then just had one wire go down about 4 inches to the camera. In the front or the rv/dashboard for the small tv screen I ran the wire across the dashboard to connect to a power source. Really easy to do. The ebay website has a few different wireless cameras to choose from for about 50 to 70 bucks. I can provide the one I bought which comes with a 7" screen and works great. Now I am thinking of installing another camera on the right hand side of the camper because when I am driving by myself I can't see the traffic.

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Old 09-24-2016, 06:46 PM   #16
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No Power to Rear View Camera

My camera power is tapped into the rear clearance lights. It has been working great using the parking light switch position. One stormy night Igot in a hurry and plugged into the toad upside down and power went out to the clearance lights and my camera. I have looked at all the fuses under the dash and cannot find a blown fuse.
Anyone have any idea where my problem may be??

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