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reverse camera burstner erllegance
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user9orchard
Posted: 18 February 2017 1:03 PM
Subject: reverse camera burstner erllegance
 
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2012 model, I have a waeco LCD M7L and one camera the head will take two cameras and i need to have rear road view added I see you can buy rear replacement camera twin cmera for around £120 to £140 but will I need more cabling ??? or mayme cross power and if another signal wire is available in camera feed any IDEAS PLEASE
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userflicka
Posted: 18 February 2017 9:51 PM
Subject: RE: reverse camera burstner erllegance
 


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Hi Trevor
Conrad Anderson are/were the main outlet for Waeco camera's, so it may be worthwhile contacting them.
userDerek Uzzell
Posted: 19 February 2017 2:12 PM
Subject: RE: reverse camera burstner erllegance
 
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A similar enquiry was made in this 2015 MHFun thread

http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/forum/threads/question-twin-rear-view-camera.104815/

I think Conrad Anderson resommends Brigade camera systems for retro-fitting nowadays, but (as Flicka has said) they should be able to advise on what would be needed wiring-wise for adapting a single-camera Waeco system to become a twin-camera one.

http://www.conrad-anderson.co.uk/products/browse/reversing

This link relates to compatibility requirements for Waeco camera and monitors

http://www.leisurespares.co.uk/files/waeco_compatability_information.pdf

Page 27 would seem to be relevant to your system (with its M7L monitor). It looks like the same ‘system cable' was used between the Waeco rear camera (single-lens or twin-lens type) and an M7L monitor, and that swapping a Waeco single-lens camera to a Waeco twin-lens camera would just involve introducing a “RV-33-Adapt” splitter at the monitor end.

If your current camera is not a Waeco model and/or you wanted to fit a non-Waeco twin-lens camera (and/or Burstner has done something bloody-minded), ths could complicate matters.
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