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iBeam 7" Dash Mount Dual Video Inputs 800 × 480 Pixels Color TFT LCD Monitor

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iBeam TE-7VS 7 Inch Dash Mount Color LCD Monitor

Brand: iBeam
MPN: TE-7VS
Condition: New

Get a clear view of two safety camera feeds with this 7 inch dashboard mounted color LCD monitor.

Our iBeam 7 inch dash mount monitor offers our largest display to provide superb visibility.
Connect two video inputs – rear-view camera and a second camera feed to offer drivers full visibility of their surroundings.
Monitor base easily mounts in any vehicle using the supplied 3M tape. This larger display is an ideal solution for RVs – commercial vans or
trucks and other big vehicles providing added visibility and driver safety.


SPECIFICATIONS:
Screen Size: 7-Inch TFT LCD Monitor
Resolution: 800 x 480 Pixels
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
System: NTSC / PAL
Power Supply: DC 12V
Power Consumption: 7.8W
Working Temp: -10℃~ + 60℃
Storage Temp: -20℃ ~ +70℃
Video: Two video inputs (V1 / V2)
Rear view: Standard and mirrored
Operation Mode: Full function OSD and remote control

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