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Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System - 5" Single Screen Display

Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System - 5" Single Screen Display

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Rear View Safety Backup Camera - RVS-155W

  • Backup Camera Systems
  • Wireless Signal
  • 5 Inch Display
  • Windshield Monitor
  • Standard Camera System
  • Rear View Safety
  • 130 Degrees

  • Rear View Safety wireless backup camera system
  • 7" Monitor with 5" single screen display
    • Instant Pair technology - sync monitor and camera while inside your vehicle
  • Wireless backup camera
    • 130-Degree viewing angle
    • No interference for up to 70'
    • 18 Infrared lights for night vision
    • IP69K Rated - keeps out dirt and moisture
  • 1-Year warranty

RVS-155W-01 Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System - 5" Single Screen Monitor

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Video of Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System - 5" Single Screen Display

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Video Transcript for Rear View Safety Wireless Rear View Camera System Review

Speaker 1: Today we're gonna be taking a look, and showing how to install, the Rear View Safety wireless backup camera system, part number RVS-155W.This wireless camera system is gonna give you third eye when all on your camper, enclosed trailer, or fifth wheel. This is gonna allow you to see traffic behind you, as well as give you wide view of both sides, which will assist with turning and other driving maneuvers.It's gonna be a seven inch monitor with a five inch display. When you select your menu button, you get the options to control brightness, contrast, volume, and guidelines. The volume setting can be useful if you have an additional assistance backing up with somebody guiding you in, you can hear their directions clearly. Also included is an adjustable stand. You've got a suction cup here, which will attach to any smooth surface or windshield.

You've got an option for telescoping, and for pivoting. The display wirelessly connects to your camera, attached to the rear of whatever you're hauling. It features 18 infrared LEDs to provide nighttime vision. The camera provides 130 degree view, and is adjustable on the mount and also has an adjustable sun and rain cover. The housing on the camera is sealed to keep out water and other elements.The system has a 70 foot range, which is more than enough for your long campers and trailers.

Another nice feature of it being wireless is there's no additional connections when disconnecting or reconnecting your trailer.Now we'll demonstrate its usefulness when backing up. As you can see here, I was able to back up closely to the vehicle behind me, to maximize the space when you're out on the campgrounds, or whatever. Or if you're gonna flat tow your vehicle, it can help you get lined up to hook up your flat tow set up.Now that we've gone over some of the features, let's show you how to get it installed. Now, your application's gonna be different, as all RV setups are different, but this will give you a general idea of what you'll need to do to get it up.For our first step, we're gonna need to determine where we're gonna mount the camera. We're gonna be mounting ours at about this location.

This is high enough to give you a good vantage point of everything behind you, and prevent it from being obstructed. Once you find a suitable location for your camera, you'll need to drill some holes so you can mount your camera using the included hardware. Now, for demonstration purposes, we just stuck ours with some double sided tape.For the next step, you need to run the power wires from the battery on your RV up to the service connector right here. When rounding your wire back towards the camera, it's best to follow factory circuits and cavities, so that way you have the least intrusion possible and there's gonna be the cleanest path for you to go. Ring terminals and wire by the foot can be found on our website.Now that we've ran our wires almost all the way to the rear of the vehicle, we're gonna go ahead and connect it to the service connector that will quick connect up to your camera.

This is provided, and is about four feet. Just connect your powers and grounds, and then we'll run it up to the camera and we'll hook it all up and be ready to go.We've got our wire run up here. As mentioned before, we didn't drill any holes for demonstration purposes. We'll go ahead and get it connected, and if you had drilled holes, you would take your grommet here, and you go ahead and poke it in the vehicle, along with the rest of your wiring to keep that up out of the way and hidden.Now we're ready to plug in our monitor and check it out. Now, we have two options to power our monitor. You can use the included cigarette lighter connector, or a more permanent battery connection. This way it can be routed and hidden out of sight. We're gonna go ahead and use the cigarette lighter for our application here. Now that we're all powered up, let's just hit the on button, and there it is. We already have our image because of the instant pair technology.Now we've brought in our product expert, Mike, to give us a little bit more information on this system. So, Mike, this system here, what kind of customers, what are they hauling that's looking for this Mike: Well, customers who have fifth wheel trailers like this one, travel trailers, RVs, will benefit greatly from having a backup camera like this one. Speaker 1: How does this product compare with our other rear view systems Mike: This particular one has a wireless design. That's really easy to install compared to some of the hardwired ones. Any kind of backup camera is going to give you more visibility and anybody who's towed a trailer or driven an RV can tell you that that is definitely a plus. You don't need os many spotters, like people standing around outside, but if you did, this one has a mic on it and you can actually hear somebody talking to you, should you need a spotter.The weatherproof design is always good. This particular one is IP69K rated, which is really good. It keeps out dust and moisture.Some of the things, though, to look out for with these are the systems can be a little expensive, so for the budget-friendly person, you might want to look, do a little shopping around. With the wireless systems especially, they are subjective to interference like any wireless device. So, just be aware of that. Maybe do some tests in your neighborhood or something to make sure it's working fine.Mounting locations for the camera and the monitor, may not be able to put it exactly where you want. It just depends on the design of the RV or trailer you're putting it on. Speaker 1: Okay. All right, thanks Mike. Thanks for coming out and giving us a hand here with some of the finer details with this product. Mike: No problem. Speaker 1: That completes our look and installation of the Rear View Safety wireless backup camera system, part number RVS-155W.

Customer Reviews

Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System - 5" Single Screen Display - RVS-155W

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

by: went above and beyond to make sure that this product got to us before we were leaving for a camping trip. I cannot say enough about the quality service from this business. As for the product, we just got it and have not installed it but after we do and have used it, I will return with a review on this backup camera system. Thank you so much, etrailer!

The backup camera has proved to be an excellent investment making our camping trip travel camping set ups so much easier.
BAC - 07/06/2020


This camera has been a SUPURB addition to our tow rig. We use it way more as a rear view mirror then for backing up. So great to be able to see who is behind us and likely to pass. Especially when Driving in traffic area around towns and High traffic multi-lane situations. It’s been truly amazing.
A. couple notes ... installation was pretty smooth. Camera does cut out now and then, maybe 2x over a 6 hr trip for like 5 seconds. No seeming reason, no identifiable pattern, and not a big deal. But it does happen. And “objects in camera are smaller than they appear.” Like a fast-moving sports car may “suddenly” appear in the left hand lane when you thought all looked “clean and green.”... Because camera shows vehicles about 4-5 car lengths behind And further back is really small. But sharing nits. Overall — love it. Recommend. Would not tow without it.


See what our Experts say about this Rear View Safety Backup Camera

  • Rear View Camera Recommendation for Back of 46 ft Cargo Trailer
    For a rear view camera at the rear of a trailer the Rear View Safety System part # RVS-155W would be your best option. It has a large easy to see display, lights that can be activated on the camera, and has great range/reception. I attached a review video for more info as well.
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  • Rear View Camera Recommendation for Mounting On Back of Camper that Tows Trailer
    The Rear View Safety Wireless Camera part # RVS-155W that you referenced would be an excellent option for you as it has a 70 foot interference free range and 18 LED diodes for night vision as well. It also has a 130 degree viewing angle as well.
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  • Rear View Camera Recommendation for Back of RV
    The Rear View Safety Wireless Camera part # RVS-155W would be an excellent option for you as it has a 70 foot interference free range and 18 LED diodes for night vision as well. It also has a 130 degree viewing angle as well. This would be great for seeing behind your RV.
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  • How Does Rear View Safety Back Up Camera Normally Get Power
    You'll need to have a 12 volt power circuit ran to the rear of your Jayco to power the camera of the Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera # RVS-155W. Your camper may have that ran already typically related to the reverse light circuit or you'd have to run a wire from either the 12 volt accessory of the trailer connector or to a battery installed on the camper if you want it powered on all the time. The other option is power it from the reverse light circuit so that it powers on when...
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  • Availability of Adapter Bracket for Rear View Safety Camera to Furrion Mounting Bracket
    There are no conversion brackets, but you certainly can install the Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System # RVS-155W with a little modification. You just simply need to connect the red wire from the camera to power and the black wire to ground and your camera will be all set!
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  • Can Rear View Safety Back Up Camera kit part # RVS-155W Allow View Behind Vehicle at all Times
    In order to wire a backup camera to be on all of the time like with the Rear View Safety Back Up Camera kit part # RVS-155W, you would have to wire it into the running light circuit instead of the reverse light circuit. This way, when you wanted it on, you would just turn the running lights on. This would be the easiest way to turn it off and on.
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  • Reliable Wireless Backup Camera Kit Recommendation
    To be perfectly honest...if you are looking for a backup camera setup that's going to last you a long time I would recommend avoiding the Hopkins and Peak brands. If we are going to have a customer come back with an issue on a wireless camera we offer it's going to be one of those two brands. The Rear View Safety brand on the other hand is very reliable and would be the solution I would recommend highly. So for a setup that has a 5 inch display screen the Rear View Safety Wireless Backup...
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  • Can I Connect the Rear View Safety Wireless Camera System # RVS-155W to 12V Power and Leave it
    Yes, you can connect the Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System, part # RVS-155W, to 12V power and leave it connected. Some people prefer to do that instead of connecting the power to the reverse wiring so that they can look at the camera without having to throw their vehicle in reverse.
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  • Does Rear View Safety Camer # RVS-155W Come with Wiring
    The Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera # RVS-155W that you referenced comes with all needed install hardware and wiring. All of the wires you mentioned are included. Our installers have noted that additional butt connectors and wiring may be needed.
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  • How is does the Camera on the Rear View Safety Wireless System Maintain Power
    Although the Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System, # RVS-155W, uses a wireless video feed between the camera and the monitor, the camera must be hardwired to power the unit. At the area where the camera will be mounted the unit is usually wired into the reverse lights so it will power up when the vehicle is put in reverse. Once powered up, the video feed is connected between the monitor and camera wirelessly. This system was designed this way to limit the amount of cable that...
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  • Comparing Backup Cameras # RVS-155W and Furrion # FRC12TAPK-BL
    Both the Furrion part # FRC12TAPK-BL and the RVS part # RVS-155W are fantastic options for back up cameras. Either are going to work well but there are a few differences. The monitor of the RVS is a bit bigger and is designed to mount to something below it permanently. The screen is 5 inches in size. The Furrion has a monitor size of 4.3 inches but is designed to mount to a windshield for more of a temporary mount. I'd go with whichever has the mounting/monitor style that you would find...
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  • Will Rear View Safety Wireless Camera # RVS-155W Work with a 34 Aluminum Travel Trailer
    The Rear View Safety Camera setups like the part # RVS-155W that you referenced have really great reception. This would work great with a 34 aluminum trailer like what you have.
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  • Backup Camera Recommendation for 2008 Toyota Solera Convertible
    For a wireless backup camera setup for your 2008 Toyota Solara convertible the Rear View Safety part # RVS-155W that you referenced would be a fantastic choice. The other brands of wireless backup cameras that are out there don't have as nearly of a great reputation as the Rear View Safety brand in terms of reception and overall quality. This would be the best option that would work great.
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  • Recommended Wireless Backup Camera Continuously Connected
    Certain systems will work better than others under continuous use. Some cameras may fail if used all the time and most battery systems will overheat and shut down if not fail. I recommend the Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System - 5" Single Screen Display # RVS-155W which can have the power wired into your running lights for continual use. This comes with a monitor that will work well up to 70 feet. This system has a 1 year warranty.
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  • Rear View Safety Camera Installation for Viewing Almost Directly Behind
    The Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System - 5" Single Screen Display # RVS-155W is intended to work in the 90 Degree mount and will swivel up. It will not allow you to move it the full 180 degrees because the mount as well as the antenna will not allow it. The viewing angle will give you 130 degrees of view so you will be able to see behind you well without that 180 degree positioning. I think this camera will meet your needs to get close to the position you desire and give...
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  • Rear View Safety Camera Availability that Could Potentially Wire to Monitor
    The Replacement Camera # RVS-257CW is a replacement for the wireless camera setup part # RVS-155W. The wiring you see for the camera is for powering it. It would take a wireless receiver on the same frequency to pick up the signal. The replacement camera that would be better suited for what you are looking for is the part # RVS-771 which has the standard RCA cables for transmitting audio and video signals. If you can find a transmitter from Tadi Brothers that can broadcast the signal needed...
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    Our backup cameras were designed to be on the outside of a vehicle exposed to the weather so they'd easily handle being mounted on the inside of a truck camper shell. For that the Rear View Safety Backup Camera part # RVS-155W would be a great option. It's wireless so you wouldn't have to come up with a way to get the camera signal from the truck bed to the truck cab. It comes with a 5 inch monitor that normally attaches to a windshield. I attached a link to a review video for the kit for...
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  • Reverse Camera Recommendation for 2008 Toyota Solara Convertible
    For reverse cameras I really like the Rear View Safety Backup Camera System part # RVS-778718N which displays on the included rear view mirror and has the camera built into the license plate bracket. This gives you a monitor setup that does not add anything to the dash and a camera setup that also doesn't require any permanent mounting. My brother has this same setup in his truck and he really likes it so it would work great in your 2008 Solara convertible.
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  • Circuit Recommendation for Wiring to Fan in Horse Trailer
    If you wanted to wire the 6" Oscillating Fan 12-Volt # PTW1658 to your trailers wiring you'd need to run it to the 12 volt accessory circuit as this circuit is designed for powering accessories like this or interior lights. I recommend the Rear View Safety Wireless Backup Camera System, part # RVS-155W. This system comes with a 7" monitor with 5" dual screen display. This is a wireless camera with no interference for up to 70 feet and 18 Infrared lights for night vision.
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  • Older Backup Camera with Mutliplexer Box Shows Yellow or White-Out on Monitor
    What I recommend is to start by replacing the camera with something such as # VCMS17B. Basically one component at a time. So you could hardwire in a new camera to the wiring that is already installed. If the problem continues then you could move on to other components. The camera, since it is exposed to the elements, is most likely the part that needs to be replaced. Should the multiplexer box need replacing it can get a little trickier if the existing wiring you have isn't really a match...
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  • Recommended Backup Camera System For Use With Multiple Trailers and How To Wire So It's Always On
    Yes. It is recommended that you run the power for the Rear View Safety Backup Camera # RVS-155W through the running light circuit instead of the reverse light circuit so that you have a continuous view of what's behind you. This will allow your camera system to function so long as the running lights on your trailer are powered via your tow vehicle's 7 way connection. The Rear View Safety system cannot add additional cameras on different trailers like you're looking for though. Since you're...
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  • Backup and Observation Camera Compatible with Factory Pre-Wired Trailers
    Your 2019 Prime Time Tracer Breeze 25rbs like many others is pre-wired by the manufacturer specifically for the Furrion Observation Camera System. We have three options available with the 5 inch monitor and the 7 inch monitor being able to do split screen for additional cameras where the 4.3 inch does not have that split screen option due to the monitor size. Here are the options: Furrion RV Observation Camera System w/ Monitor and Bracket - Wireless - 4.3" Screen # FOS43TASF Furrion...
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