Vehicle safety products

  • 21-Aug-2009 04:48 EDT
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Featuring anodized metal housings, SPAL's new line of 12-V cameras for cars, trucks, boats, and campers are waterproof and can be mounted virtually anywhere, such as the license plate or bumper. The cameras feature low lux ratings to produce a quality image even in low-light settings. The cameras work together with SPAL's color LCD monitors, which are available in 2.5-, 3.5-, and 7-in sizes. They can be mounted to the roof or dash of the vehicle, feature up to three video inputs, and come equipped with a reverse-image feature. SPAL also offers a new kit that allows end-users to convert cameras and monitors to wireless mode via 12-V or RCA jacks. The wireless kit has a 30-ft (9-m) range depending on the installation location.

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