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iBeam TE-GTGC Tailgate Handle Rearview Cam Select Chevrolet & GMC '07-'14

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iBeam TE-GTGC Tailgate Handle Rearview Camera for Select Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra 2007-2014

Brand: iBeam
MPN: GTGC
Condition: New

Add an unobtrusive, rear-view backup camera that matches your vehicle's factory tailgate with iBeam's new factory
replacement tailgate handle camera. A 150 degree viewing angle with 0.5 LUX night vision and defeatable parking lines
offer added visibility for drivers to see what's behind them. A 1/3 inch CMOS camera provides a sharp, clear picture
during the day or night. A 26 foot harness is included to connect the camera to your aftermarket radio (radio not included)
for video input.

-Sensor: CMOS 1/4" Omnivision
-Resolution: 400TV Lines
-Illumination: .01 Lux
-IP Rating: IP69
-Parking Lines: Defeatable
-Extension Cable: 26 feet
-TV System: NTSC
-Working Temp: -20 deg C ~ 70 deg C

Applications:
2007-2013 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500
2007-2014 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500/3500

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