Multiplex wired camera to Aux 1/2 in 2020 RAM HD
Just before I start the project tomorrow, has anyone done a multiplexed hardwired camera system on the NorthPoint RVs? In particular I have the 377RLBH and I'm wondering if anyone has better ideas for the cable runs than across the roof, and through the front closet. I figure leaving all entry points in the front closet should make it easier to install, and spot if there is ever a leak that starts from a through fitting in the future. It goes to the 12 pin connector through the pinbox to the bed of the truck.
I would list more details, but I'm having this done in a place with an abundance of hardware, so final choice on hardware will be based on what gives the best picture quality in the cab when done. (Try not to laugh, I know 4 pictures in one won't lead to much in the way of quality on the radio.) I'm really just looking for a sanity check on the wire runs more than anything else.
Any feedback would be appreciated.
My plan at this point in time:
Backup Camera on rear of the RV to Aux 1 for the highest resolution image in the cab.
4 in 1 multiplexer for the rest and redundant rear view on Aux 2, just for obstacle avoidance.
1 - Rear camera wire run across the roof since it it's clear of solar wiring anyway, then down near the nose into the front closet.
2/3 - Left and right side cameras mounted far enough forward to also run through the front closet.
4 - Camera on the front of the roof looking forward for trees and such if driving in campgrounds or other places I'm not 100% sure of clearance on.
2017 Jayco North Point 377RLBH