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iBeam TE-FDEM Emblem Rear View Camera for Select Ford Trucks 2003 - 2017

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iBeam TE-FDEM Emblem Rear View Camera for Select Ford Trucks 2003 - 2017

Brand: iBeam
Condition: New

Add a rearview camera
while maintaining the integrity of the rear hatch. Re-using the Ford logo from the factory emblem
finishing off the look of the rearview camera. The camera housing has an IP69 water resistant
rating and defeatable parking lines. Also allows for a clear visual even in the dark with a 0.1 lux
rating and 400 TV lines of resolution. Be able to see a complete visual of the rear of the vehicle
with 168 degrees of diagonal view angle.

-CMOS 1/4 sensor
-Resolution: 400 TV lines
-Field of view: Diagonal 168, Horizontal 136, vertical 100
-0.1 Lux
-Defeatable parking lines
-26 feet of extension cable
-OEM Ford emblem included

Sensor: CMOS ¼ sensor
Resolution: 400 TV Lines
Field of View: Diagonal 168°, Horizontal 136°, Vertical 100°
Illumination: 0.1 Lux
IP Rating: IP69
Parking Lines: Defeatable
Extension Cable: 26’
TV System: NTSC
Working Temp.: -20°C ~ 70°C

F-150 2008-2014
F-150 (With 8” Screen) 2015-2016
F-250 2008-2016
F-350 2003-2017
Super Duty 2008-2017

*Please contact us for up to date vehicle applications

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