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iBeam TE-FDPL License Plate Light Camera for select Ford Transit Connect 10-16

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$81.42 - $81.42
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iBeam TE-FDPL License Plate Light Camera for select Ford Transit Connect 2010-2016

Brand: iBeam
MPN: TE-FDPL
Condition: New

iBeam Vehicle Safety Systems high-resolution third brake light cameras, the TE-3BNV2, TE-3BDP2 and TE-FDPL.
The TE-3BNV2 and TE-3BDP2 cameras use the factory brake light and expand it to add the camera, allowing for a
clean install. They keep the vehicle looking like ‘factory but with the additional safety and security of a reverse
viewing camera. iBeams TE-FDPL is a replacement license plate light camera. Each of the cameras offer a CMOS
1/4 sensor, 580 TV line resolution and a 170 degree viewing angle.


SPECIFICATIONS
- Extends out the third brake light to allow camera addition
- CMOS 1/4 sensor
- Resolution: 580 TV lines
- Viewing angle: 170 degrees diagonal
- Selectable parking lines
- 0.5 Lux
- IP68
- 23 feet of extension cable
- 3 year warranty

Wire Lengths
- Extension Cable – 7M/23FT
- Camera Cable – 0.61M/2FT

Applications
 Ford
 - Transit Connect 2010-2016

*Please contact us for up to date vehicle applications

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