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Old 05-26-2020, 09:40 PM   #81
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Anyone who has the 4 camera system, where did you get the power for the camera over the door? Iím debating between the 3 camera and 4 camera system. After this last weekend and trying to back my TT into its spot, Iím ready for at least the 3 camera system.
In my 195RBW there is a dual switch setup by the door to power the overhead lights as well as the LED strip. It's supplied by 12v constant power (assuming you are powered up). You can tap the 12v input line to run the camera without much effort - easy access and a very short wiring run.
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Old 08-13-2020, 10:41 PM   #82
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So for those of you who have installed a switch to power the back up camera separate of the running lights, does this also power the side cameras independently of the running lights? My new 312BHOK has the caps to remove and install the cameras without removing the lights themselves but Iím unsure if they are already wired to a 12v source or not. I donít want to remove them if I donít need to since theyíre sealed against the trailer with a clear silicone type sealant. Thanks!
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I am also interested in wiring the way Neo explained, anyone have insight?
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Old 04-29-2021, 05:05 PM   #84
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I figured it out shortly after pulling one off. There is no constant 12v wire near them. On my 312BHOK the wiring is easily accessible from the front storage area and I wired in a switched 12v wire. There is a constant 12v at the cargo lights and the cameras draw very little power. You just have to remember to turn the switch on before you leave, which I have forgotten more than once.
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Here are the instructions for the alternate wiring:
Thanks for this sheet. The pic of this sheet that was posted earlier in this thread got hard to read half way down the page.
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When mounting the cameras to your trailer did you use some type of sealant or just the rubber plate that goes between the camera and trailer?
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Old 05-16-2021, 05:00 AM   #88
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We have the 7" and like it. Initially purchased the smaller one but the screen was just to small so we returned it and got the larger screen. fyi, with the Jayco prewired fixture, you need to make sure that the running lights are turned on or you will not have power to the rear camera.
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Old 05-17-2021, 01:40 PM   #90
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I also have the 7" and love it, only issue I had was the garage camera was always on, I added a power switch on top due to it being indoors. Drilled a hole and wired it, now I just need to remember to power on and off.... Only the rear camera has the purple wire run to it, it ends behind the BMPro control panel in our kitchen.
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I got to take my trailer out for Memorial day weekend. This was the first time pulling my trailer since I installed the three camera setup. I’m a little disappointed with the side cameras. They are angled out a little too far for my liking. When trying to back my trailer into my space they just didn’t offer the view I needed. I wish I could change the angle on them like I can on the rear camera. I ended up getting out of my truck several times to look at what the side cameras couldn’t show me because they’re angled out too far.
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