Kenwood CMOS-230 Universal Rear-View Camera
The Kenwood CMOS-230 Universal Rear-View Camera is tiny less than a cubic inch so it’s a natural fit on the rear of almost any vehicle. Once installed, shifting into reverse will let you check out the view behind you on your receiver’s video screen. The Kenwood CMOS-230 Universal Rear-View Camera captures a 128-degree horizontal view and 103-degree vertical view, so you’ll really get the big picture especially handy if you’re trying to back up in a large vehicle or if you’re towing something.
The 24-foot cable and harness assembly is long enough for most vehicles and includes a composite video connector, which means it’ll work with almost any video receiver. Mounting bracket included.
The Kenwood CMOS-230 Universal Rear-View Camera provides an additional view when reversing your vehicle. It is intended to be used in conjunction with your rear- and side-view mirrors to give a fuller picture of what’s behind you. It is not intended as a replacement for your mirrors.
The Kenwood CMOS-230 universal rear-view Camera can be used as a back-up camera with Kenwood in-dash navigation and DVD receivers. However, the standard composite video output (RCA plug) extension cable makes it compatible with virtually any in-dash mobile video receiver.
The camera is built into a compact waterproof aluminum case, making it perfect for mounting outside the vehicle.
Super Wide Viewing Angle:
The 128° horizontal and 103° vertical viewing angles provide an excellent near field view of anything behind you. The camera gives you a mirror image for rear view confirmation.
The 1/3.6″ color CMOS image sensor has approximately 330,000 pixels to deliver a high quality picture.
The rear-view camera provides an illumination range of approximately 0.9 to 100,000 lux. It offers less light distortion from nearby light sources.
The CMOS-230 rear-view camera includes two brackets to either mount the camera to a horizontal or vertical surface on the outside your vehicle. Once mounted, you are able to physically adjust the angle of the camera. Make sure the camera’s “Kenwood” logo is facing up.