C305 180-Degree Horitzontal Camera
Low profile rear camera. No external exposed camera cable to reduce the risk of damage. CMOS, CVBS, 800 TV lines, and the camera angle is fully adjustable. Aluminum shell, 100% waterproof with an IP 69K rating.
Helps you see what you are turning into - not what you just hit!
(Camera Part #C305)
Horizontal Resolution: 800 TV Lines
TV System: NTSC
Image Type: CMOS-CVBS
Power Supply: DC 12V (powered from the monitor)
Viewing Angle: 180-degrees horizontal (+/- 5 degrees)
100-degrees vertical (+/- 5 degrees)
Great Risk Management product:
Reduces rear corner damage by showing what the truck is turning into.
No exterior mounting bracket which reduces theft and damage.
No exposed cables which reduces damage to cable and water penetration via the cable.
The two images below compare a standard rear camera image (top) to our new, no fish-eye camera image at a height of 109 inches.
Note: Images were taken on our REVEAL MDVR at high compression.
The image to the left was taken using our Reveal® MDRV on the high-compression setting. Camera was 109 inches high and pointing down.
The image to the left was taken using a standard backup camera. Also at a height of 109 inches high and pointing down.
Looking down on the image above to show what the camera displays.
NOTE: For the C305 camera, the horizontal view in R&D testing is 178 degrees. We call it a 180-degree camera. The C305 camera is a hybrid and has improved night vision without infrared. Below are images from simple compression in our testing bay. I used lighting from our company's Ford Escape’s taillights for light during the comparisons. They were on standard running light mode with no extra lighting (no car front headlights or fog lights). The warehouse was also black. It was so dark that we needed another person to operate the overhead lighting. We used a standard iPhone to take pictures of the monitor screen. No advanced settings were on.
The images were taken in one of our testing locations. This is the test bay with the lights on. The two small windows in the overhead doors were covered.
The photo below is the standard camera with infrared.
The photo below is the C305 camera with NO infrared.