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iBeam TE-RMH Tailgate Handle Rear View Camera for Select Dodge Ram '02-'09

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Original price $136.50 - Original price $136.50
Original price
$136.50 - $136.50
Current price $136.50
iBeam RMH Tailgate Handle Rearview Camera for Select Dodge Ram 2002 - 2009

Brand: iBeam
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 168 degree viewing angle with 0.1 LUX night vision and defeatable parking lines
offer added visibility for drivers to see what's behind them. A 1/4 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.

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
Does not retain OE tailgate lock

Sensor: CMOS ¼ sensor
Resolution: 400 TV Lines
Field of view: Diagonal 168º, Horizontal 136º, Vertical 100º
Illumination: 0.1 Lux
IP rating: IP69
Parking Lines: Defeatable
Extension cable: 26’
TV system: NTSC
Working Temp: -20ºC ~ 70ºC

2002-2008 dodge ram 1500
2002-2009 dodge ram 2500 3500

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