Motorhome reverse camera Upgrades
Dual Rear Camera for parking and driving
Motorhome Reverse Camera installation
A motorhome is not only a vehicle but also a mobile living accomodation. This makes them quite large vehicles that can be a bit tricky to park and sometime manoeuvre in small roads.
So it’s no surprise that we’re being asked more and more often to install reverse cameras to Motorhomes or Campervans.
There are quite a few options when adding a reverse camera to your motorhome.
Firstly, what screen to you want the image to appear on? You have 3 choices:
- Existing radio screen (if compatible)
- Mirror Monitor – can be either clipped on top of an existing rear view mirror or a new mount added.
- Dash Monitor – various sizes and options available including a motorised screen/flip up monitors.
Secondly, do you want to have a single parking camera or a dual camera to be on display all the time?
A single camera is usually installed looking down at the bumper of the vehicle for parking. A dual camera can be set up to display all the time.
Lastly we need to consider the layout of your vehicle and the logistics of being able to run cables from front to back. In some circumstances we can use a transmitter to send the signal between the camera and monitor, but we’d prefer to use a wired connection to be able to give the best performance.
We also offer Parking sensors on Motorhomes to assist with parking. They help to give an audible beep to compliment a visual parking camera.
Other services that are popular for motorhomes are radio upgrades, security upgrades and witness cameras.
You can see our Motorhome Alarm page here.
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