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iBEAM TE-3BUV Universal Third Brake Light Backup Camera W/Night Vision

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Original price $135.45 - Original price $135.45
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$135.45 - $135.45
Current price $135.45
IBEAM TE-3BUV Universal Third Brake Light Backup Camera

Brand: IBEAM
Condition: New

This iBeam Universal Third Brake Light Backup Camera offers an easy
way to increase safety on any vehicle. Sleek waterproof design is a
direct replacement for OEM factory brake lights offering a perfect fit for
most vehicles. With a 170 degree viewing angle live audio feed and
built-in 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.

Sensor: 1/3 PC3089
Resolution: P: 756(H) x 504(V) pixels
TV Line: 600TV line
Min illumination: 0Lux (LED ON)
Night Vision Distance: 35ft
Waterproof: IP68
View Angle: 170 deg
Power Voltage: 12V
Operation Temp: -20C to +70C
Microphone: Yes

-Brake Lighr Camera
-10m Extension Cable
-0.35m Adapter Cable
-DC Power Cable

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