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Ibeam TE-3BMC 3rd Brake Light Backup Cam for Mercedes Sprinter or VW Crafter

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$154.34 - $154.34
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Ibeam TE-3BMC 3rd Brake Light Backup Cam for Mercedes Sprinter or VW Crafter

Our iBeam 1/3 inch CMOS third brake light backup camera fits Mercedes Sprinter or Volkswagen Craft models 2007 – 2017. The sleek water-resistant design is a direct replacement for OEM factory brake lights offering a perfect fit. With a 170-degree viewing angle built-in microphone and 0 lux IR LED night vision this camera provides a clear representation of all activity directly behind the vehicle under any conditions. defeatable parking lines allow drivers to maneuver their vehicle with confidence. Includes all necessary cables for installation – with a 4-Pin Din to RCA adapter as an added bonus.


  • Direct replacement for OEM third brake light
  • Water resistant design
  • 1/3 inch CMOS camera
  • 170 degree viewing angle
  • 0 lux IR LED night vision
  • Defeatable parking lines
  • Includes 10 meter video cable with 4-Pin Din connector
  • Includes 4-Pin Din to RCA adapter cable
  • Built-in microphone
  • Wire Lengths
  • Extension Cable – 10M/30FT
  • Camera Cable – .61M/2FT

Vehicle Fitment:

  • Mercedes Sprinter 2007 – 2018
  • Volkswagen Crafter 2007 – 2018

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