Wireless Car Camera & Monitor Display PLCM4580WIR
What’s in the Box:
Extend Warranty Protection and Earn Rewards. Click HERE for Registration
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
1. Can a second or third camera be added? I am thinking of using for a tractor trailer. 2. Can the camera be mounted to the top of a trailer and still provide accurate distance scale? 3. If I used a very strong magnet to attach the camera would this interfere with the operation of the camera?
This unit is a one-camera system only. There may be a difference on the scale lines if the camera be placed on top of the trailer and a strong magnet may cause an interference to the video
1: What is the type of camera included with PLCM4580WIR: CMOS or CCD ? 2: What are the lengths of the various wires ? I am specifically concerned about the length of the wires on the wireless transmitter module.
Camera type and cable length are not listed in our documentation
Please do not hesitate in contacting us through our email support system to request detailed information about the unit. Simply Go to pyleusa.com click on the CONNECT tab then on the drop-down choose Contact Us. Fill out the form and in the last part, you will have an option to write your Subject and also on the comment box you can write your concern about the product. Please allow at least 12 to 24 hours for someone to get back to you. You can also contact our support hotline at 718-535-1800 ext 2 during weekdays from 9 am to 6 pm EST.
On your backup camera plcm4580wir. I'm wanting to wire this unit so it is on whenever plugged in (so I can watch the screen while traveling). Since this unit is designed primarily to be used only while in reverse, will it damage this unit to be powered up and running during extended periods? I'm looking to place it at the end of a camper in order to watch a vehicle towed behind the trailer and would want to see while on the road. Thanks!!
Yes, What you wanted is possible for the PLCM4580WIR you just need to have a continues 12 volts on the camera's power supply and a continues 12 volts on the Monitor's receiver.