Cameras/Brackets Detail & Installation

COMPONENTS

Cameras

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Analog HD Mini-Dome Camera
(PC-1921/8010034)
- Waterproof
- Microphone

This AHD Camera is designed for use inside and outside the vehicle. It provides 170° horizontal and 90° vertical coverage, night vision for low-light performance, and a small size to mount in a range of vehicle locations. This camera is often chosen because of its high level of adjustability in aiming that camera with its ball and socket design.

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Analog HD Side Camera
(PC-1920/8010033)
- Waterproof
- Microphone

This AHD camera is designed for side mount applications on the vehicle door or fender. It provides 145° horizontal and 80° vertical coverage, night vision for low-light performance, and a small size to mount in a range of vehicle locations.

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SD Side Camera
(CAM.313MS/8010080)
- Waterproof

 This SD camera is designed for side mount applications on the vehicle door or fender. It provides 110° horizontal and 60° vertical coverage, night vision for low-light performance, and a small size to mount in a range of vehicle locations.

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SD Rear Camera
(CAM.313C/8010050)
- Waterproof
- Microphone

This SD camera is designed to mount at the rear of the vehicle. It provides 110° horizontal and 60° vertical coverage, night vision for low-light performance, and versatile mounting options. It can be mounted above, below, or directly onto the mounting surface.

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Analog HD Rear Heavy-Duty Camera
(PC-1916/8010031)
- Waterproof
- Microphone

This AHD camera is designed to mount at the rear of the vehicle. It provides 110° horizontal and 60° vertical coverage, night vision for low‑light performance, and versatile mounting options. It can be mounted above, below, or directly onto the mounting surface. An optional heavy-duty bracket is available to provide extra protection in harsh conditions.

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Analog HD Marker Light Camera
(PC-1910/8010029)
- Waterproof

This AHD camera is designed to replace an existing 2” or 2.5” marker light allowing easy installation in retrofit applications as it does not require drilling new holes in the vehicle body. The camera provides 145° horizontal and 80° vertical coverage while still functioning as a red LED marker light.

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Analog HD Flush-Mount Camera
(PC-1918/9000223)
- Waterproof

This AHD camera is designed to mount flush in a vehicle’s body panel or bumper. It provides 130° horizontal and 65° vertical coverage as well as night vision for low-light performance.

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Analog HD Low-Profile Camera
(PC-1912/8010030)
- Waterproof
- Microphone

This AHD camera is designed to mount on the rear of the vehicle, its small size allows for mounting over vehicle's rear doors, and its mounting screw pattern also allows mounting over US license plates without drilling any new holes. It provides 145° horizontal and 80° vertical coverage, night vision for low-light conditions, and a small size to allow versatile mounting options. An optional flush mount bracket is available to allow additional mounting locations to provide better protection for the camera.

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Analog HD Low-Profile Wide-Angle Camera
(PC-1923/8010124)
- Microphone

This camera is designed to be mounted inside the vehicle for coverage of the driver, passengers, and cargo. It has a very low-profile housing, allowing it to be mounted to the ceiling or headliner, providing an optimal field of view. The camera has four (4) infrared (IR) LEDs that provide illumination during low light/dark conditions. The camera also has a microphone built into the camera housing. The camera lens has an extremely wide 180° horizontal and 90° vertical coverage. The camera also has an optional flush mounting bracket (P/N: PC-1268/8090384) for applications where the camera cannot protrude.

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Analog HD Heated Camera
(P/N: 9000615)
- Waterproof
- Microphone

The AHD Heated Camera is designed to operate in harsh conditions and has an IP69K rating. It is housed in zinc with a stainless steel bracket and hood to protect against external conditions and road debris. The camera can operate in cold weather conditions down to -30° Celsius. It is best mounted in the top-rear or top‑side of a vehicle for a better field of view. The camera bracket allows for mounting above, below, or directly to the mounting surface. The camera has six (6) infrared (IR) LEDs that provide illumination during low light/dark conditions, a field-of-view with 110° horizontal and 65° vertical coverage, and a built-in microphone.

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Mirror Mount Side Camera
(PC-1924/9000590)
- Waterproof

This AHD camera is designed to attach to mirror arms used on large commercial vehicles. It provides 145° horizontal and 80° vertical coverage. The camera can be mounted using clamps or screws and provides better side vision to the driver for safer vehicle operations and better-quality video capture.

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AHD Wireless Camera
(PC-1450WC/8010155)
- Manual Pair (default)
- Time-based Pair
- Waterproof
- Microphone

This AHD camera has a built-in transmitter and works with the AHD manual-pair receiver (PX‑1420WR/8090416). The camera automatically searches for a receiver when powered on. The camera also has a pin-hole pair button on the back of the unit. The auto-pair functionality allows connection with a range of up to 300 meters. The field of view is 110° horizontal and 65° vertical and has night vision for low light/dark conditions.

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Battery Powered
Wireless Camera (PC‑1420WC/8010151)
& Wireless Receiver (PX‑1420WR/8090416)

- Manual Pair
- Waterproof
- Microphone

This AHD camera has a built-in transmitter, its own battery power supply, and an integrated magnetic mount, so it can be easily installed and removed from locations such as trailers, equipment, and dumpsters while having the viewing capabilities of a traditional wired camera. It provides 110° horizontal and 60° vertical coverage, night vision for low-light conditions, and tool-less adjustment of camera aim.

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Wireless Transmitter (PX‑1320WT/8090383)
& Wireless Receiver (PX‑1320WR/8090382)
- Auto-Pair
- Waterproof

The wireless receiver and transmitter are used with any of the Pro-Vision SD and AHD cameras (and any AHD output from a DVR or Multiplexer). The wireless transmitter and receiver pair when sharing the same power source. The auto-pair functionality allows connection even when trailers are swapped between multiple trucks.

Note: PX-1320WR is only compatible with PX‑1320WT.

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HD Stop-Arm Camera
(DVR-824/9000106)
- Waterproof
- Microphone

Designed to be mounted on the exterior of school bus transport vehicles with a stop-arm safety feature. The camera automatically detects and records illegally passing motorists and their vehicle license plates. This dual lens camera is low profile with a 120° field of view (60° per lens), up to 1080p resolution, and night vision for low-light performance. Its small size (2"L x 3.8”W x 2.2"H) allows for mounting on vehicles with a minimal projection on the vehicle's exterior surface.

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Camera Brackets

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Flush Mount Bracket
(PC-1268/8090384)

This bracket allows flush mounting of PC‑1912 and PC‑1923 cameras.

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 Heavy Duty Bracket
(PC-1951/8090034)

This bracket provides additional protection for the PC‑1916 camera. Commonly used for applications where equipment has exposure to high levels of debris such as waste, construction, and concrete applications.

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Long/Short Brackets
(PC-1270/8090390) Long
(PC-1269/8090389) Short

These brackets provide additional mounting capabilities when mounting PC-1923 or PC-1912 cameras in the rear of a vehicle or trailer bumper.

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Headliner Bracket
(P/N: 8090406)

This bracket is designed for use with the PC-1923 or PC‑1912 cameras when mounting to a soft vehicle headliner. It has integrated backing to provide mounting when access to the backside of the headliner is not available.

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Roof Bracket
(P/N: 8090407)

This bracket is specifically designed for roof mounting a PC-1920 camera on Ford Explorer/Police Utility Vehicles, but it can also be used for mounting the camera in other applications.

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INSTALLATION

AHD Mini-Dome Camera

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The AHD Mini-Dome Camera (Kit P/N: DVR-921 (9000168), Camera P/N: PC-1921 (8010034)) is designed for inside a vehicle. It is used most often inside the passenger seating areas inside buses and trains, but it is also effective in the cargo area of box trucks and vans. The camera has a waterproof rating of IP69K with a built-in microphone for audio recording, built-in night vision LEDs with an automatic sensor for capturing video in low-light conditions, and 170° horizontal and 90° vertical coverage.

Mounting Location and Installation:

The ball and socket dome design allows 360° rotation around the base, 180° adjustment perpendicular to the base, and 360° rotation to level the image. The camera is typically installed with the cable going through a panel directly underneath the mounting location to hide the cable, but it can also be installed where the cable exits the side of the base if there is no room to route the cable behind the camera’s mounting location.

  1. Disassemble the camera by loosening the three (3) hex head set screws located on the locking ring. Lift up on the locking cover and remove it from the camera assembly. Remove the camera ball and pull the cable through the mounting base.
  2. Determine the mounting location and hold the mounting base in the position.
  3. Power on the display, temporarily connect the camera to it, set the camera in the mounting base (with gasket attached), and observe the view. If the location is satisfactory, prepare to attach the camera and route the cable(s).
  4. Mark the four (4) mounting holes using a marker or pencil.
  5. If the cable goes through the center cable hole and into a panel, mark the center cable hole as well.
  6. If applicable, drill out the marked center hole using a 3/4” drill bit. Smooth any sharp edges or burs to prevent damage to the cable.
  7. If the camera cable exits through the cable grove in the mounting base, instead of through the mounting surface, the cable must be routed through the cable grove before attaching the mounting base to the mounting surface.
  8. Align the camera base over the marked screw holes. Using a drill with a Phillips bit, install the four (4) self-tapping mounting screws.
  9. Connect the camera to the cable connected to the DVR unit.
  10. Hold the camera ball and feed any excess cable through the hole or cable grove in the mounted base until the camera ball is resting on the center of the mounting base.
  11. Place the camera cover over the camera ball. Loosely tighten the three (3) set screws holes using a 1.5mm Allen wrench. Be certain the camera ball can move freely until the aim is determined and then set.
  12. Power on the monitor display to view the live camera image and make any needed adjustments.
  13. When finished aiming, fully tighten the three (3) set screws.

 

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AHD Side Camera

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The AHD Side Camera (Kit P/N: DVR-920 (9000167), Camera P/N: PC-1920 (8010033)) provides coverage for the vehicle exterior. The camera is waterproof with a built-in microphone and an IP‑67 rating. The wide-angle lens has 145° horizontal and 80° vertical coverage. The camera is designed to be mounted directly to a vehicle’s exterior body panel. Six (6) infrared (IR) LEDs provide light in low light/dark conditions.

Mounting Location and Installation:

The camera’s wide field-of-view allows flexible mounting for a down‑facing or rear-facing configuration while still providing coverage for the side of the vehicle. For typical down-facing, recording applications, the camera is mounted to the roof or side of the vehicle body. The camera should be mounted as close to the outside edge of the roofline as possible to prevent blind spots. For rear-facing applications, using the camera and a monitor to cover blind spots, the camera should be mounted as far toward the front of the vehicle as possible. In determining the best mount area, consider how spray and debris from the tires affects the camera image. To minimize this issue, mount the camera a minimum of 3 feet off the ground. Also, ensure there is adequate access under the unit to route the cable.

  1. Remove the four (4) Allen head cover mounting screws and the camera ball and cable.
  2. Using just the camera base and gasket, determine the best mounting location, then mark the three (3) camera base mounting screw locations and the center of the cable exit hole in the base.
  3. Power on the display, temporarily connect the camera to it, set the camera in the mounting base (with gasket attached), and observe the view. If the location is acceptable, prepare to mount the camera and route cable(s).
  4. Before drilling holes, ensure there is adequate clearance for mounting screws and running cable.
  5. If you are certain of the cameras mounting location, drill the center cable hole with a 3/4” or 7/8” drill bit, and (it is also recommended) to pre-drill the three (3) mounting screw holes with an 1/8” drill bit.
  6. Route the cable through the base and gasket, and then through the cable hole in the mounting surface.
  7. Use the mounting hardware provided to attach the camera base to the mounting location.
  8. Attach the camera cover to the camera with the four (4) Allen head mounting screws. Leave the screws slightly loose until the camera aim is completed.
  9. Power on the display and view the image live to make any adjustments as needed.
  10. Once the aim is complete, tighten the four (4) Allen head mounting screws to lock the camera aim/view.

 

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Driver's Side, Downward Camera View

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SD Side Camera

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The SD Side Camera (Camera P/N: CAM.313MS/8010080) provides 145° horizontal and 80° vertical coverage around the outside of the vehicle. The camera has a waterproof rating of IP69K with a built-in waterproof microphone. The camera is designed to be mounted directly to a vehicle’s exterior body panel and has infrared (IR) LEDs to provide illumination during low light/dark conditions.

 

Mounting Location and Installation:

The camera is designed for mounting to the side of the vehicle facing tthe rear to cover any side blind spots. It is typically mounted to either the hood, fender, door, or cab corner in front of the door. The camera should be mounted as far toward the front of the vehicle as possible to ensure good coverage. When selecting a mounting location, take into consideration the spray and debris from the tires and how it will effect the camera image. It is recommended to mount the camera a minimum of 3 feet off the ground. Always check the mounting structure under the camera to ensure proper access for routing the cable.

  1. Remove the three (3) Allen head cover mounting screws from the camera, then remove the camera ball and cable.
  2. Determine the best mounting location for the camera. Set the camera in the mounting base (with gasket attached) and observe the view when choosing the best mounting location before permanently attaching the camera and routing the cable(s).
  3. Using only the camera base and gasket, hold in the desired mounting location and mark the three (3) camera base mounting screw locations and the center of the cable exit hole in the base.
  4. Before drilling the mounting holes, ensure adequate clearance for mounting screws and cable routing.
  5.  Once the camera mounting location is decided, drill the center cable hole with a 3/4” or 7/8” drill bit. It is also recommended to pre-drill the three (3) mounting screw holes with an 1/8” drill bit.
  6. Route the camera cable through the base and gasket, and then through the cable hole in the mounting surface.
  7. Use the mounting hardware provided to attach the camera base to the mounting location.
  8. Attach the camera cover to the camera with the three (3) Allen head mounting screws. Leave the screws slightly loose until the camera is aimed.
  9. Adjust the camera for proper view. After the camera is aimed, tighten the three (3) Allen head mounting screws to lock the camera aim.

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SD Rear Camera

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The SD Rear Camera (Camera P/N: CAM.313C/8010050) is designed for mounting in the rear of the vehicle. It can be mounted at the top of the rear area for easier wiring and a better field of view. The camera bracket allows for flexible mounting above, below, or directly to the mounting surface. The camera has a waterproof rating of IP69K with infrared (IR) LED’s that provide illumination during low light/dark conditions. The camera also has a waterproof microphone built into the camera housing. The camera lens has a wide 110° horizontal and 60° vertical coverage.

Mounting Location and Installation:

This camera is often used on the outside rear of heavy-duty vehicles, such as box trucks and tractor trailers, to provide video capture of backup incidents and observation behind the vehicle. The camera can only be mounted to a horizontal surface, above, below, or directly to the mounting surface with adjustments up to 180°. The camera mounting screw holes allow the camera to be aimed left or right after mounting.

  1. Determine the best mounting location for the camera. Connect the camera temporarily to observe the view and find the best mounting location.
  2. After identifying the mounting location, mark or measure the two (2) mounting screw hole locations in the bracket (shown in ORANGE below). If necessary, remove the camera from the bracket.
  3. When the cable runs through the vehicle body, it is often routed through a 3/4” hole drilled directly in the center of the vehicle body behind the bracket (shown in RED below). Mark and drill this hole as needed. Remove any burrs or jagged edges from the hole to prevent damage to the cable.
  4. Install the camera bracket to the marked locations from step 2 (shown in ORANGE below). Ensure the bracket is oriented for the proper aim shown in the image (below). If needed, flip the bracket 180° to allow proper adjustment.
  5. Install the camera in the bracket with the six (6) screws, metal washers, and nylon washers as shown below. Leave the screws slightly loose until the final camera aiming is completed.
  6. Route the camera cable through the mounting hole in the center of the bracket (if applicable) and install a grommet or put adhesive around the cable to provide a seal with the hole.
  7. Route and install the extension cable(s) to the camera’s final mounting location and connect it to the camera. Leave enough slack in the cable to allow removal for service in the future (typically 4”-6”).
  8. Adjust the camera for proper view.
  9. After the camera is aimed, tighten the six (6) mounting screws on the sides of the camera.

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AHD Heavy-Duty Camera

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The AHD Heavy Duty Camera (Kit P/N: DVR-916 (9000165), Camera P/N: PC-1916 (8010031)) is mounted in the rear, top area of a vehicle for easier wiring and a better field of view. The camera bracket allows for mounting above, below, or directly to the mounting surface. The camera has four (4) infrared (IR) LEDs for illumination during low light conditions. The camera is waterproof with a built-in microphone and wide 110° horizontal and 60° vertical coverage. The camera also has an optional heavy-duty mounting bracket (P/N: PC-1271 (8090393)) to protect the camera from harsh conditions.

Mounting Location and Installation:

This camera is often used on the outside rear of heavy-duty vehicles like box trucks, van trailers, and fire trucks to provide video capture of backup incidents and observation behind the vehicle. 

When using the U-Bracket, the camera can only be mounted to a horizontal surface. It can be mounted above, below, or directly to the mounting surface and can adjust up to 180°. The camera mounting screw holes are slotted to allow the camera to be aimed left or right after mounting. 

The Heavy-Duty Bracket is designed for vertical mounting. It offers greater protection from heavy debris and covers the camera from the top and sides.

Heavy-Duty Camera Brackets 

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U-Bracket

1. Locate the desired mounting location of the camera. It is recommended to power on the DVR unit and temporarily connect the camera to it and observe that the view in the desired mounting location is satisfactory before proceeding to the next step.

2. When the desired mounting location is found, mark or measure the two (2) mounting screw hole locations in the bracket (shown in ORANGE below). If necessary, remove the camera from the bracket.

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3. If the cable is routed through the vehicle body, it is often routed through a 3/4” hole drilled directly in the center of the vehicle body behind the bracket shown in RED above). Mark and drill this hole if needed. Remove any burrs from the hole to prevent damage to the cable.

4. Install the camera bracket to the marked locations from step 2 (shown in ORANGE above). Ensure the bracket is oriented for a proper aim as shown in the image above right, if needed flip the bracket 180° to allow proper adjustment.

5. Install the camera into the bracket with the six (6) screws, metal washers, and nylon washers as shown below. Leave the screws slightly loose until the final camera aim adjustment is completed.

6. Route the camera cable through the mounting hole (shown in RED above) in the center of the bracket (if applicable) and install a grommet or put adhesive around the cable to provide a seal with the hole.

7. Route and install the extension cable(s) to the camera’s final mounting location and connect it to the camera. Leave enough slack to allow removal of the camera if necessary for service in the future (4”-6”).

8. Power on the DVR unit and connect to the Wi-Fi to view the live camera image to properly aim it on the view page.

9. After the camera is aimed, tighten the six (6) mounting screws on the sides of the camera.

Heavy-Duty Bracket

  1. Locate the desired mounting location of the camera. It is recommended to power on the DVR unit, temporarily connect the camera, and observe that the view in the desired mounting location is satisfactory before proceeding to the next step.
  2. Important! Make sure there is no wiring behind the desired mounting location that could be damaged when mounting the camera to the vehicle.
  3. If the cable will be routed through the vehicle body, it is often routed through a ¾” hole drilled directly in the center of the vehicle body behind the bracket. Mark and drill this hole if needed. Remove any burrs or jagged edges from the hole to prevent damage to the cable.
  4. Holding the bracket up with the cable slot centered on the hole drilled from step 3, use a 5/16” socket to screw the four (4) mounting screws into the vehicle body. Make sure that the bracket is level to the vehicle body.
  5. Route the camera cable through the cable hole and install a grommet or put adhesive around the cable to provide a seal with the hole.
  6. Install the camera into the bracket with the six (6) screws and washers. Leave the screws slightly loose until the final camera aim adjustment is completed. After the camera is aimed, fully tighten the camera.

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AHD Marker Light Camera

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The AHD Marker Light Camera (Kit P/N: DVR-910 (9000163), Camera P/N: PC-1910 (8010029)) is designed to be mounted in an existing 2” marker light hole in the rear body of the vehicle to replace a standard 2” marker light. The camera is used most often as a backup camera and replaces a marker light in the rear bumper. This camera is primarily used because it does not require any holes to be drilled in the vehicle body and is typically very durable because the marker lights are typically mounted in a protected area on the rear of the vehicle. The camera lens has a wide 145° horizontal and 80° vertical coverage.

Mounting Location and Installation:

The camera mounts in an existing 2” marker light hole. The camera can be rotated 360° for proper aim but cannot be tilted at an angle. If possible, the camera should replace the center marker light to provide the driver with the most natural view.

  1. Locate the desired mounting location and remove the existing light to check for proper clearance for the camera body.
  2. Disconnect the wiring from the original light, then remove it and the grommet.
  3.  Assemble the camera to the light assembly using the 4 mounting screws.
  4. Install the new grommet into the hole.
  5. Connect the red 12V LED power wire and black ground wire from the light assembly to the existing wiring through the grommet.
  6. Slide the camera cable into the hole in the back of the grommet.
  7. Connect the camera connector to the cable running to the DVR unit. If it is not yet installed, install the cable at this time.
  8. Press the camera light assembly into the grommet and rotate the camera until the white dot is at the top.
  9. Power on the monitor/display to view the camera image live and to adjust the camera so it is level by rotating the camera light assembly in the gasket. 
  10. The camera can also be used to replace 2.5” marker lights by using the included 2.5” marker light grommet and installing the 2” grommet, light, and camera assembly into it as shown below.

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AHD Flush Mount Camera

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The AHD Flush Mount Camera (Kit P/N: DVR-918 (9000166), Camera P/N: PC-1918 (9000223)) is designed to be mounted in a body panel or bumper of the vehicle, flush with the surface. The camera is used most often inside the rear bumper of vehicles, but it also works well mounted in an enclosure above the engine compartment or rear window on rear engine buses. It has a built-in night vision LEDs with an automatic sensor for capturing video in low-light conditions. Its small form factor and low-profile mounting are its biggest advantage. The camera lens has a wide 130° horizontal and 65° vertical coverage.

Mounting Location and Installation:

The camera mounts in a 1.25” hole and can be rotated 360° for proper aim; the camera can also be tilted at a 10° angle by installing the angle rings on either side of the mounting surface.

  1. Locate the desired mounting location, check for proper clearance behind the surface for the camera body, then mark and drill a 1.25” hole.
  2. Disassemble the camera by loosening the two (2) threaded lock rings, removing them, and sliding them off the cable and connector. Then, remove all the spacer rings.
  3. Determine the order of the spacers as needed based on the desired mounting as shown in the images above right.
  4. Slide the outer spacers over the cable and onto the camera, then slide the camera, cable first, through the mounting hole.
  5. Slide the inner spacers over the cable and onto the camera.
  6. Install the mounting gasket between the outer mounting surface and the camera body or the first spacer.
  7. Slide the two (2) threaded locking rings over the cable and then thread them one at a time onto the camera body.
  8. Connect the camera connector to the cable running to the DVR unit, if it is not yet installed, install the cable at this time and then continue to Step 9.
  9. Power on the display to view the camera image live and adjust as needed.
  10. When finished aiming, fully tighten the first locking ring and then the second locking ring.

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AHD Low Profile Camera

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The AHD Low Profile Camera (Kit P/N: DVR-912 (9000164), Camera P/N: PC-1912 (8010030)) is designed to be mounted in the rear of the vehicle. It is very low profile, allowing it to be mounted at the top of the rear area for easier wiring and a better field of view. The camera mounting hole pattern matches the standard 7” on-center spacing of US license plates to allow easy mounting over license plates in light-duty vehicle applications where space is limited or drilling holes is not desired. The camera has four (4) infrared (IR) LEDs that provide illumination during low light/dark conditions. The camera also has a waterproof microphone built into the camera housing. The camera lens has a wide 145° horizontal and 80° vertical coverage.

Installation:

  1. Locate the desired mounting location of the camera. It is recommended to power on the display and temporarily connect the camera to it and then observe whether the view in the desired mounting location is satisfactory before proceeding to the next step.
  2. When the desired mounting location is found, mark or measure the two (2) mounting screw hole locations in the camera. If license plate mounting, skip this step.
  3. If the cable will be routed through the vehicle body, it is common to drill a ¾” hole behind the camera where the cable exits the camera body. Mark and drill this hole if needed. Remove any burrs from the hole to prevent damage to the cable. For license plate mounting, there is a notch in the top left of the camera for the cable to exit and then route into the body of the vehicle.
  4. Route the camera cable into the hole and then install the camera to the marked locations from step 2. Attach the camera with the supplied mounting hardware.
  5. Route and install the extension cable(s) to the camera’s final mounting location and connect it to the camera. Leave enough slack to allow removal of the camera if necessary for service in the future (Typically, 4-6”).
  6. Power on the display to view the camera image live and adjust as needed. To adjust the camera aim, loosen the two (2) small Phillips head screws on either side of the camera assembly.
  7. After the camera is aimed, tighten the two (2) Phillips head adjustment screws.

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AHD Low-Profile Wide-Angle Camera

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The AHD Low Profile Camera (Kit P/N: DVR-923 (9000485), Camera P/N: PC-1923 (8010124)) is designed to be mounted inside the vehicle for coverage of the driver, passengers, and cargo. It has a very low-profile housing, allowing it to be mounted to the ceiling or headliner, providing an optimal field of view. The camera has four (4) infrared (IR) LEDs that provide illumination during low light/dark conditions. The camera also has a microphone built into the camera housing. The camera lens has an extremely wide 180° horizontal and 90° vertical coverage. The camera also has an optional flush mounting bracket (P/N: PC-1268/8090384) for applications where the camera cannot protrude.

Mounting Location and Installation:

This camera is normally used in the interior of the vehicle because of its small size and wide field of view. The camera can only be mounted to a horizontal surface. It is designed to be mounted directly to the mounting surface and can adjust up and down for proper aim.

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  1. Locate the desired mounting location of the camera. It is recommended to power on the DVR unit and temporarily connect the camera to it and observe that the view in the desired mounting location is satisfactory before proceeding to the next step.
  2. When the desired mounting location is found, mark or measure the two (2) mounting screw hole locations in the camera.
  3. If the cable will be routed behind a vehicle panel, it is common to drill a ¾” hole behind the camera where the cable exits the camera body. Mark and drill this hole if needed. Remove any burrs or jagged edges from the hole to prevent damage to the cable. If surface mounting, there is a notch in the top left of the camera for the cable to exit and then route into the gap of the panel.
  4. Route the camera cable into the hole and then install the camera using the marked locations from step 2. Attach the camera with the supplied mounting hardware.
  5. Route and install the extension cable(s) to the cameras final mounting location and connect it to the camera. Leave enough slack (typically 4”-6”) to allow removal of the camera. This will simplify service in the future.
  6. Power on the DVR unit, connect to the Wi-Fi, and view the live camera image to properly aim it on the view page. To adjust the camera aim, loosen the two (2) small Phillips head screws on either side of the camera assembly.
  7. After the camera is aimed, tighten the two (2) Phillips’s head adjustment screws.

 Optional Flush Mount Installation (Requires P/N: PC-1268/8090384):

  1. Remove the four (4) screws and plastic back plate from the back of the camera and set aside.
  2. Remove the camera assembly from the low-profile aluminum housing and place it into flush mount bracket.
  3. Place plastic back plate from Step 1 on flush mount bracket and tighten all four (4) screws.
  4. Power on the DVR unit, connect to the Wi-Fi, view the live camera image, and determine if the view is acceptable. (See Viewing Cameras on a Smart Device for connection details.) If needed, the camera can be rotated up or down by 15° in either direction.
  5. After verifying the camera location, use the template included with the flush mount bracket to mark the two (2) main slot holes.
  6. Drill the two (2) main holes for the camera using a 1 3/8” inch hole saw.
  7. Use shears or a grinding tool to remove the material between the two (2) holes.
  8. Route the camera cable as desired in the newly cut slot. Place the flush mount bracket in the slot and mark the four (4) mounting holes.
  9. Using a 1/8” drill bit, drill pilot holes at the marked four (4) mounting holes.
  10. Install the four (4) mounting screws to attach the bracket to the vehicle.

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AHD Heated Camera

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The AHD Heated Camera Kit (P/N: 9000615) is designed for harsh conditions and has an IP69K rating. Its housing is zinc with a stainless steel bracket and hood to protect against external conditions and road debris. It can operate in cold weather conditions down to -30° Celsius. The best mounting position is the top-rear or top‑side of a vehicle for optimal field of view. The bracket allows for mounting above, below, or directly to the mounting surface. The camera has six (6) infrared (IR) LEDs for illumination during low light/dark conditions, a field-of-view with 110° horizontal and 65° vertical coverage, and a built-in microphone.

Mounting Location and Installation:

This camera is often used on the outside rear of heavy-duty vehicles like box trucks, van trailers, and fire trucks to provide video capture of backup incidents and observation behind the vehicle. Using the U-Bracket, the camera can only be mounted to a horizontal surface above, below, or directly to the mounting surface and can adjust up to 180°. The camera mounting screw holes are slotted to allow the camera to be aimed left or right after mounting. The hood part of the camera protects it from debris from the top and sides.

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  1. Locate the desired mounting location of the camera. It is recommended to power on the DVR unit and temporarily connect the camera to it and observe that the view in the desired mounting location is satisfactory before proceeding to the next step.
  2. When the desired mounting location is found, mark or measure the two (2) mounting screw hole locations in the bracket (shown in ORANGE above). If necessary, remove the camera from the bracket.
  3. If the cable is routed through the vehicle body, it is typically routed through a 3/4” hole drilled directly in the center of the vehicle body behind the bracket (shown in RED above). Mark and drill this hole if needed. Remove any burrs from the hole to prevent damage to the cable.
  4. Install the camera bracket to the marked locations from step 3 (shown in ORANGE above). Ensure the bracket is positioned for desired aim (see image above), if needed flip the bracket 180° to allow more adjustment.
  5. Install the camera into the bracket with the mounting hardware (see above diagram). Leave the screws slightly loose until the final camera aim adjustment is completed.
  6. Route the camera cable through the mounting hole in the center of the bracket (if applicable) and install a grommet or put adhesive around the cable to provide a seal with the hole.
  7. Route and install the extension cable(s) to the camera’s mounting location and connect it to the camera. Leave enough slack to allow camera removal if necessary for future service (typically 4”-6”).
  8. Power on the DVR unit and connect to the Wi-Fi. View the live camera image to properly aim it on the view page.
  9. After the camera is aimed, tighten the mounting screws on the sides of the camera.

Mirror Mount Side Camera

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The AHD Mirror Mount Side Camera Kit (P/N: 9000590/PC-1924) is designed to attach to mirror arms used on large commercial vehicles for mounting mirrors. It provides 145° horizontal and 80° vertical field of view. The IP69K rated waterproof camera can be mounted using clamps or screws. The Kit includes parts for both clamp and screw mount options. The addition of the Mirror Mount Side Camera provides better side vision to the driver for safer vehicle operations and better quality video capture.

Installation:

Hose Clamp Mount Option

  1. Wrap mirror arm with the rubber adhesive strip to protect it from the hose clamp. Mount the bracket to the mirror arm with the hose clamp.
  2. The component is shipped partially pre-assembled with the rubber pad between the bracket and the mirror arm.
  3. Insert the rubber grommet into the top bracket.
  4. Position the camera in the top bracket and loosely secure the bottom bracket (to allow camera angle adjustment). If correctly positioned, the outer rim of the bracket should line up on the top and bottom.
  5. Route cable so that it is not pinched during camera operation.

Screw Mount Option

Install the Mounting Bracket (Top) to the mirror arm using the included self-drilling screws and then assemble the rest of the bracket. Do not use both clamps and self-drilling screws to mount to a vehicle’s mirror arm. Rubber adhesive is not required for the screw mount option.

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Optional U-Bracket Mount

 


Wireless Components

Products

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Overview

Wireless solutions are often used where it is difficult or impossible to run a cable such as applications with trucks and trailers. They are also used when mounting cameras on moving parts of the vehicle where cables could be damaged over time such as on booms, masts, or dump beds. Each wireless solution consists of a single wireless camera (or standard camera with a separate wireless transmitter) paired to a single wireless receiver. There are three different wireless pairing options with multiple products to meet specific vehicle needs. The pairing options and uses are below:

1. Power-based Automatic Pairing

This pairing mode is used in applications where the camera is mounted to a component of the vehicle that is often interchanged with other components. Utilizing a receiver connected to the display (monitor) or DVR in the vehicle cab, the solution automatically pairs the camera and transmitter on the interchangeable component (such as a trailer) by sending a pairing signal over the shared power supply of both components. This solution is ideal for tractor trailer applications as it does not require any driver input/action when switching trailers with mounted cameras. After connecting to the standard trailer power connection, the camera will automatically connect.

The following products support this power-based pairing mode:

  • PX-1320WT - Wireless Transmitter
  • PX-1320WR - Wireless Receiver

2. Time-based Automatic Pairing

This pairing mode is used in applications where the camera is mounted to a component of the vehicle that is often interchanged with other components. Utilizing a receiver connected to the display or DVR in the vehicle cab, the solution automatically pairs the camera and transmitter on the interchangeable component (such as a trailer) by entering into pairing mode automatically after power is connected. The receiver starts pairing and looks for a camera that is also in pairing mode and connects. If the “pair” button is pressed twice, the receiver will begin to search for a new transmitter. If a new transmitter is not found within sixty (60) seconds, the receiver will revert to searching for its last paired transmitter until the “pair” button is pressed twice or the receiver is powered off. This solution differs from power-based pairing as it does not require both devices to use the same power source. It is not preferred, however, in tractor trailer applications as it may require driver input/action when switching trailers if the pairing is not completed within the first 60 seconds after power connection and could also potentially cross-pair with a nearby truck/trailer if the vehicle is also pairing components at the same time. The following products support the time-based pairing mode:

  • PC-1450WC - Wireless Camera (see note below)
  • PX-1420WR - Wireless Receiver (see note below)

3. Manual Pairing

This pairing mode is used in applications where the camera is paired to a single receiver at initial installation and does not change pairing during normal operation. This solution works well where multiple wireless cameras are used on the same vehicle or where the camera is not on the same power source as the receiver. The following products support this manual pairing mode:

  • PC-1420WC - Wireless Battery Powered Camera
  • PC-1450WC - Wireless Camera (see note)
  • PX-1420WR - Wireless Receiver (see note)

Each wireless system consists of two components:

  1. Wireless Receiver: This connects to the monitor, DVR, or multiplexer for viewing/recording.
  2. Wireless Transmitter: This may be either a separate component or built into a camera. This sends the video signal wirelessly to a paired receiver. 

The distance from the transmitter (camera) to receiver can vary significantly depending on the location in which it is used. Laboratory testing of the system in a controlled environment produced a maximum range of 2000 ft., but this is not possible in most cases in the real world as there are many factors that play a significant role in reducing this range. In the field we suggest about a 500 ft. line of sight and 100 ft. with no line of sight. 

 Factors that affect range:

  • Other transmitting wireless radios operating in the same proximity such as Wi-Fi Access Points, Cellular Modems, GPRS Modems, Two-Way Radios, and Cellular Phones can decrease the range of the system. If maximum transmitting distance is desired, then the transmitter and receiver must be located as far from these other devices as possible. Field testing of the system in a highly populated area with other transmitting devices located on the vehicle at least 5 ft. from the transmitter and receiver allowed effect transmitting distance of 500 ft. with open cargo trailers and near line of sight between the antenna of transmitter and antenna of receiver. In the same scenario but placing the receiver just 1 ft. from a two-way radio reduced the distance to 75 ft.
  • The type of vehicle and cargo structure that the signal must pass through such as locations where the transmitter and receiver cannot have line of sight or near line of sight. In field testing, if the signal travels through near line of sight the transmission distance in most scenarios was around 500 ft., but when traveling through a refrigerated semi-trailer full of cargo the distance was reduced to 100 ft. In the same scenario but with the signal traveling through an ambulance with the electronics in the patient compartment active, the distance of signal was reduced to just 50 ft. Place the transmitter and receiver such that the signal has minimal amount of structural steel, electronics, metal cargo, etc. within the path of transmission. If necessary, relocate the receiver to a location that provides the best direct path to the transmitter.

Determine the type of wireless hardware that is going to be installed and then follow the matching installation instructions.

  1. Wireless Camera and Wireless Receiver System

This system consists of a single wireless receiver connected to a display, DVR, or multiplexer, and a wireless camera with a built-in transmitter. Depending on the camera used, there are multiple pairing options available.

Manual Pairing:

  1. Wireless Camera (PC-1450WC/8010155) and Wireless Receiver (PX‑1420WR/8090416)
  2. Wireless Battery Powered Camera (PC‑1420WC/8010151) and Wireless Receiver (PX‑1420WR/8090416)

Time-based Automatic Pairing:

  1. Wireless Camera (PC-1450WC/8010155) and Wireless Receiver (PX‑1420WR/8090416)

Considerations:

  • If multiple cameras are required, multiple receivers will also be required. It is only recommended to use multiple receivers on a single vehicle when using manually paired systems.
  • Receiver and camera do not need to share a power source – can be connected to any power source and will pair with the last paired device when both units are powered on.
  • The receiver can output SD or HD (default) – press and hold the “pair” button for 5 seconds to toggle between the two outputs.

Diagrams:

Battery-powered Camera System

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Wireless Camera System

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Two Wireless Camera System

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When using multiple wireless systems on a single vehicle, manual pairing systems should be used. Automatic pairing solutions may cross-pair. Cross-pairing is when one camera or transmitter automatically pairs with the incorrect receiver.

Installation

The Wireless Receiver PX-1420WR is waterproof and can be mounted either externally or inside the vehicle cab. Considerations for best line-of-sight to the wireless camera mounting location should be made for best signal strength. Proximity to the driver (easy reach) should also be considered for the mounting location if time-based automatic pairing is to be used so that the driver can push the pairing button. After determining the location, mount with the supplied mounting screws, attach the antenna, and then connect the video output to a monitor, DVR, or multiplexer directly or through an A/V extension cable.

The Wireless Battery Powered Camera PC-1420WC should be powered on by pressing and holding the power button for 3 seconds and then magnetically attaching it to the vehicle body. After mounting, loosen the large nut around the antenna and rotate the camera for proper aim and then retighten the nut by hand. Ensure the antenna is tight and rotate the antenna to the vertical position (if possible). This camera is typically removed each day, or each time the trailer is disconnected from the truck and placed in the vehicle for storage and recharging.

The Wireless Camera PC-1450WC should be installed following the instructions detailed in the Cameras Section of this Guide (above). After installation, the power connections should be connected to a +10-32VDC power source that receives power whenever the vehicle is in operation. 

Pairing

Manual Pairing

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This pairing mode requires both the camera and receiver to be paired together. To begin manual pairing, power on the receiver and camera. Press the “Pair” button on the receiver and then press the “Pair” button on the camera (on the PC‑1420WC Battery powered camera, press the power button once while the camera is powered on).

If the pairing process is successful, the monitor will display “Pairing Success” followed by the camera image. If the pairing is unsuccessful, the monitor will display “Pairing Fail” and the process should be repeated.

Once the camera is paired and the image is on the screen, no additional pairing is required.

To pair another camera to the receiver, simply power off the originally paired camera and then repeat the pairing process with the new camera and receiver. 

Time-Based Automatic Pairing

This pairing mode can only be used with the Wireless Camera (PC-1450WC) and Wireless Receiver (PX-1420WR). These devices are set by default to use the manual pairing mode and must be switched to automatic pairing mode. To switch modes, power on the device, locate the “Pair” button, and press it 3 times in a row to toggle to the other mode. Press 3 times again to toggle back to manual pairing. The pairing mode must be changed on both the receiver and the camera.

If the receiver is in automatic pairing mode, the blue “Pairing” LED will be flashing slowly on the receiver when powered on and an “A” will appear on the monitor image when the wireless view is displayed. If the “Pairing” LED on the receiver is flashing quickly, then the receiver is in manual pairing mode.

Operation

Manual Pairing:

When the camera and monitor are powered on, the camera image will automatically display. Signal strength is displayed in the upper right of the camera image.

Time-Based Automatic Pairing:

When the camera and monitor are powered on, if they were previously paired, the camera image will automatically display. If the camera was not last paired to the monitor, then after 5 seconds it will automatically enter pairing mode. The vehicle operator then has 60 seconds to either press the “Pair” button on the receiver or power the monitor off and back on again. If the driver fails to pair the camera and monitor within 60 seconds, the camera power must be turned off and back on again to restart the pairing process. Once paired, the signal strength is displayed in the upper right of the camera image.

Maintenance

Always ensure that the antennas for the wireless transmitter/camera and receiver are in good condition and are attached properly. Clean the antennas only with a soft towel and low-pressure water. If the antennas are damaged and the signal is affected, contact PRO-VISION for a replacement.

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  1. Wireless Transmitter and Wireless Receiver System

This system consists of a wireless receiver (PX-1320WR/8090382) connected to a display, DVR, or multiplexer, and a wireless transmitter (PX-1320WT/8090383) with a connected camera. This system is typically used in truck and trailer applications where multiple trucks and trailers are interchanged regularly. 

Pairing:

The system automatically pairs the camera and transmitter by sending a pairing signal over the shared power supply of both components. The system is ideal for tractor trailer applications as it does not require any driver input/action when switching trailers with mounted cameras. After connecting to the standard trailer power connection, the camera will automatically pair and then the camera image will display.

Considerations:

  • Multiple transmitters/receivers cannot be used on a single vehicle as proper pairing cannot occur.
  • Transmitter and Receiver must both connect to a power source on the same circuit. The units may not be able to pair if they are on a separate power supply, on a separate circuit, or the power supply contains electronic filtering between the devices.
  • The transmitter can be connected to either SD or HD cameras. If an HD camera is connected, the receiver will output HD, if an SD camera is connected, the receiver will output SD.

Example Diagram

Wireless Trailer Camera System with Additional Wired Cameras:

Installation

Wireless Transmitter (PX-1320WT):

Mounting:   The wireless transmitter is waterproof and can be mounted either externally or inside the vehicle/trailer body. Considerations for best line-of-sight to the wireless receiver mounting location should be made for best signal strength. After determining the location, mount with the supplied mounting screws, and attach the antenna. Adjust the antenna vertically for best performance.

Video:        Connect the camera to the video input either directly or through an A/V extension cable.

Power:        Connect the black ground wire to a chassis ground or directly to the negative terminal on the vehicle battery. Locate a +10-32VDC power connection near the transmitter mounting location; in most cases the transmitter/camera will be connected to the vehicle or trailer clearance light circuit so that when the clearance lights are on, the camera/transmitter is also powered on. This power connection requires a small amount of current for operation of the transmitter and connected camera (0.4A @12VDC Max) so it can usually be integrated into existing pre-wired power locations. The power connection is the most critical component to proper operation as the transmitter sends a small digital pulse on this circuit that is picked up by the receiver to establish the pairing. If the transmitter is not on the same circuit and cannot receive the pulse signal, pairing will not occur. Once a suitable location is determined, connect it to the red power wire.

Important!  Ensure that the power connection location circuit is appropriately fused to prevent damage to components in the event of a short. If you are adding a new circuit, a 2A or 3A fuse should be used.

Wireless Receiver (PX-1320WR):

Mounting:   The wireless receiver is waterproof and can be mounted either externally or inside the vehicle cab. Considerations for best line-of-sight to the wireless transmitter mounting location should be made for best signal strength. After determining the location, mount with the supplied mounting screws, and attach the antenna. Adjust the antenna vertically for best performance.

Video:        Connect the video output to a monitor, DVR, or multiplexer either directly or through an A/V extension cable.

Power:        Connect the black ground wire to a chassis ground or directly to the negative terminal on the vehicle battery. Locate the +10-32VDC power connection on the truck that is on the same circuit as the transmitter power connection above. This power connection requires a small amount of current for operation of the receiver (0.2A @12VDC Max). The power connection is the most critical component to proper operation as the transmitter sends a small digital pulse on this circuit that is picked up by the receiver to establish the pairing. If the receiver is not on the same circuit and cannot receive the pulse signal, pairing will not occur. Once the connection location is found, connect it to the red power wire.

Important!  Ensure that the power connection location circuit is appropriately fused to prevent damage to components in the event of a short. If you are adding a new circuit, a 2A or 3A fuse should be used.

Pairing

Automatic pairing does not require any configuration or setup. If both the transmitter and receiver are both powered on, and on the same power source, they will pair automatically.

Operation

The operator will connect the standard trailer 7-way connector between the truck and trailer. If the truck is already running, the system will automatically pair and the camera image will display on the monitor. If the truck is not started, when it is, it will automatically pair and the camera image will appear on the monitor. The signal strength of the wireless connection will be displayed in the upper right corner of the video.

If the camera/transmitter is not connected, powered on, or not on the same power source, the monitor will display “Pairing Fail” in place of the camera image.

Maintenance

Always ensure that the antennas for the wireless transmitter and receiver are in good condition and are attached properly. Clean the antennas only with a soft towel and low-pressure water. If the antennas are damaged and the signal is affected, contact PRO-VISION for a replacement.

HD Stop-Arm Camera

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The HD Dual-Lens Stop-Arm Camera (Kit P/N: DVR-824 Camera P/N: PC-1824) is designed to capture license plates and faces of drivers that pass a school bus while the bus is stopped and has its flashing red lights and stop-arm open. The camera is waterproof (IP-67 rated) and has two (2) lenses with low-light image sensors set at 45° angles to the side of the bus that can provide 180° of coverage on the roadside of the bus. The camera is designed to be mounted directly to the bus, parallel to the road with four (4) self-drilling Phillips head screws. The camera also has a waterproof microphone for audio capture.

Stop-Arm Camera Installation

Mounting Locations:

The camera must be mounted parallel to the road surface on the driver’s side of the bus. The very bottom of the open stop-arm should be visible in the camera field-of-view, but not so much as to obstruct vehicle license plate capture. The flashing lights on the stop sign should not be in the camera view as they can affect the triggering function.

******On most bus models, mounting in the area forward of the stop-arm provides better wire routing to the DVR. Installation considerations - best placement, what to avoid, etc. - should include wiring and any reinforced metal areas so placement of components allows for optimal performance and view without damaging existing vehicle systems or operating parts.******

The camera must be orientated such that the two (2) 4 mm socket head bolts screw in from the bottom and the “PV” logo is upright, facing toward the center of the road. The proper orientation of the mounting bracket and camera are marked with “UP“.

IMPORTANT! For the first installation of each different vehicle model variation, it is recommended to temporarily connect the camera, without the mounting base assembly attached to the recording unit. Power the system on and then hold the camera in the desired mounting location to observe the view to confirm it is satisfactory before continuing.

Installation:

  1. Attach the camera mounting base to the rubber mounting gasket as shown to the right. Hold the mounting base assembly to the desired mounting location and ensure the base is parallel to the body lines on the side of the bus. Mark the center of the four (4) camera base mounting screw locations (shown in ORANGE) and the large center cable hole (shown in RED).
  2. Place the camera mounting base assembly aside and then verify that there is clearance behind the four (4) marked mounting screw locations, as well as clearance and access to behind the one (1) large, marked cable hole location.
  3. Drill a 1/2” diameter hole in the center marked location (shown in RED above). DO NOT DRILL THE OTHER HOLES.
  4. Using the female end of the camera connection or extension cable, verify there is enough clearance for the connector to fit through the hole and route toward the recording unit. If needed, drill the 1/2" hole out to 3/4" to allow the connector to route into the vehicle body.
  5. If certain of the camera’s mounting location and that the correct hole for the cable has been drilled, place the mounting base assembly so that the four (4) ORANGE marks completed in Step 1 are showing. Orient the mounting base assembly so that the bolt cutouts in the base and gasket point toward the ground and the “UP“ arrow points toward the roof of the bus. Use the four (4) self-drilling screws provided to attach the base and gasket to the side of the bus.
  6. After the base and gasket are securely attached to the bus, route the camera cable through the drilled center cable hole and place the camera in the mounting base assembly. Orient the camera so that the bolt cutouts in the housing are pointed toward the ground and the “UP“ arrow points toward the roof of the bus as shown to right.
  7. Slide the two (2) 4 mm bolts into the bottom of the camera connecting the camera housing to the mounting base assembly. Using the provided 3 mm ball end Allen wrench, tighten the bolts into the Nyloc nuts that are attached to the bottom of the housing. The bolts should be nearly flush with the rubber gasket when fully tightened.
  8. Connect the camera cable to the extension cable running to the DVR, and then connect the extension cable to the “Camera 7” port on the DVR unit for the camera to be recognized.
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