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Buyers Products RV Backup Camera System w/ Night Vision - Rear Mount - 7" Quad Screen

Buyers Products RV Backup Camera System w/ Night Vision - Rear Mount - 7" Quad Screen

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Is this right for you? Product Expert Adam Y says:

Yes, if you:

  • Have a long trailer and want a more reliable wired connection to avoid losing signal when driving on the highway
  • Plan to add more cameras to this single-camera system and want to see all views at once on a large monitor
  • Find yourself in cold areas where a heated lens will come in handy to eliminate frost and ice

No, if you:

  • Are intimidated by DIY jobs that involve hardwiring and drilling
  • Are picky about color accuracy - this screen looks pretty yellow but otherwise clear
  • Typically keep to paved roads and don't really need something rugged
Backup camera system includes 1 waterproof camera with night vision that mounts below your rear clearance light. 7" Full-color monitor lets you view 4 different camera angles simultaneously (additional cameras sold separately). Lowest Prices for the best rv camera system from Buyers Products. Buyers Products RV Backup Camera System w/ Night Vision - Rear Mount - 7" Quad Screen part number 3378883040 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Buyers Products RV Camera System - 3378883040

  • Backup Camera
  • Observation Camera
  • 7 Inch Display
  • Buyers Products
  • Hardwired
  • Below Rear Clearance
  • Heated Lens
  • Mirrored Image
  • Night Vision
  • Removable Sunshade
  • Waterproof
  • Dashboard Mounting Bracket
  • Dashboard Pedestal Mount
  • Recessed Dashboard Mount
  • 120 Degrees

Backup camera system includes 1 waterproof camera with night vision that mounts below your rear clearance light. 7" Full-color monitor lets you view 4 different camera angles simultaneously (additional cameras sold separately).


  • Backup camera system improves rear-view visibility and obstacle detection for your RV or camper
    • Minimizes blind spots and helps prevent accidents
    • Supports up to 4 cameras (additional cameras sold separately)
  • Camera with CMOS sensor creates high-quality digital video in full color
    • 120-Degree viewing angle provides a wider vantage point
    • Bracket vertically adjusts up or down for a better view
    • Built-in microphone lets you relay information to your monitor from outside your RV
  • Heated camera lens prevents frost in cold climates
  • 18 Infrared LED lights surround the camera lens to provide night-time vision up to 45'
  • 7" Full-color LCD monitor displays 4 camera angles simultaneously
    • Mirrored image is displayed for a precise view from the driver's perspective
    • Rear assist marker lines show distance from other objects
    • Brightness, color, contrast, and image orientation can be easily adjusted
    • Speakers project audio sent from your camera
  • 3 Different mounting options allow you to display the monitor
    • Pedestal mount drills into or sticks to your dashboard with included adhesive backing
    • U-bracket drills into your dashboard for permanent mounting
    • Recessed mount fits into your dashboard for a custom, factory look
  • Removable sunshade reduces glare on monitor screen
  • Wireless remote controls your monitor from up to 10' away
  • Durable, metal construction is dust resistant and waterproof
    • IP69-rated to protect against dust and close-range, high-pressure spray downs
    • Sealed thread-and-collar 4-pin connector prevents dirt and moisture
  • Simple installation - some drilling required
    • Mounting hardware not included
  • System can be used as a backup camera or for observation
    • Wire to reverse lights for backup camera
    • Wire to ignition power for observation


  • Monitor dimensions: 7" wide x 4-3/4" tall x 7/8" deep
  • Screen size: 7"
  • Camera dimensions: 2-3/4" wide x 2-5/8" tall x 2-3/16" deep
  • Pedestal mount dimensions: 4" wide x 3" tall x 3-3/4" deep
  • U-bracket dimensions: 7-3/8" wide x 3-1/2" tall x 1-3/8" deep
    • Mounting hole spacing: 5" center to center
  • Recessed mount dimensions: 7-15/16" wide x 5-5/8" tall x 13/16" deep
    • Mounting hole spacing: 4-3/4" center to center
  • Resolution:
    • Monitor: 800 x 480
    • Camera: 656 x 492
  • Voltage: 12V - 24V DC
  • Cable length: 65'
  • 2-Year warranty

Quad Screen Display

The quad screen display allows you to view up to 4 camera angles at once (additional cameras sold separately). Depending on your camera setup, you can view blind spots behind your RV or on each side of it while driving down the road or backing up.

Waterproof Camera with LED Night Vision

LED Night Vision

This waterproof camera lets you back up your RV in the rain or snow. It has 18 infrared LED night vision lights that produce a clear, quality picture and give you the flexibility to back up your RV in low-light conditions at dusk or in complete darkness at night.

Camera with Built-in Microphone and Monitor with Speaker

Cam-Mic-Monitor Speaker

The built-in microphone on your camera is the perfect tool for backing up your RV. The microphone allows a friend or family member to relay information and instruction to you through your monitor's speaker, providing peace of mind as you work together to safely maneuver your RV.

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Installation Details 3378883040 Installation instructions

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Video Transcript for Buyers Products RV Back-Up Camera System Installation - 2006 Chevrolet Silverado

Today on our 2006 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to be installing Buyers products RV backup camera system. This backup camera system supports up to four cameras for its display. One camera comes included so you can hook it up right out of the box and be ready to use it. We've got ours currently hooked up as a reverse camera, so we can see what's going on behind us.The additional camera slots could be used for a forward mounted camera, as well as two side mounted cameras. Now you don't have to put it in these positions, however, there are trigger wires for each of those, that are pre-labeled so that the camera will come on automatically when that trigger wire receives power. We've got our camera hooked into channel two, which is your default backup channel, and we've got our trigger wire for our channel two camera hooked to our reverse light circuit.

So that way, when we pull it into reverse, and our lights illuminate, it will trigger our camera and turn it automatically on to our reverse camera.It's a full color, seven inch display, which is going to give you a nice, brilliant picture. The camera that comes included with this system is also full color, and has infrared LEDs on it for low light situations. There is an optical sensor on there that will automatically turn these LEDs on when necessary. There's a remote that comes included with your display, in case you have it mounted where it's out of reach, and you can simply activate the menu, and change any of its settings inside, using the remote. Additionally you can select each camera individually if you want to just look out of one without using the trigger wire that's included with it.This can be nice if you want to drive down the road with a flat tow setup and monitor the vehicle that you're pulling behind you, but you've got your camera hooked up to a reverse wire, you can simply just select that channel two, and that will turn that camera on all the time.You'll receive several mounting options for your camera, we're just using the sticky pad mount to the top of our dash here.

It is adjustable by swiveling and rotating, we've got it all cinched down tight right now. But you'll also receive an in-dash mount that you could cut out and mount in your dash, as well as a more permanent top dash mount that you could screw down to the top of your dash.An additional accessory that comes with the unit, you'll have a sunscreen, in case the sun is causing some issues with seeing the display. You can simply snap that in, and that'll block the sun's light from hitting the screen directly, making it easier for you to see the screen. There are also speakers located on the display, and if the camera you've installed supports audio, you can hear that through the display speakers. The camera that comes included with it, does support audio, so if you're backing up and you have a spotter back there, you'll easily be able to hear the commands he's shouting out to you.Now that we've gone over some of the features, let's show you how to get it installed.We'll begin our installation by finding a suitable mounting location for our camera.

We've gone ahead and positioned ours here above our ball mount, that way the customer can see his ball, as well as see what's behind him. We have it low enough here, so it won't get blocked by the salt spreader that he has installed on the back. You can use just some self tapping screws to mount it, or you could drill it all the way through and use nuts and bolts. You'll have to provide your own hardware, as there is no mounting hardware included with the kit. You can pick some up at your local hardware store.There's two mounting holes, one on each side of our camera bracket.

They are slotted, so you can adjust it as necessary. And there's also a large hole here in the middle, so if you wanted to, you could drill that hole out to route your wiring down through that hole there. There's a grommet located on the back. Just seal that up if this is going to go in an area where you might not want moisture to enter, after drilling that hole. However, our setup here won't work out for that, so we're just going to leave the grommet pushed up back behind the camera, and we're going to route our wire in a different manner.The camera mounts to the bracket with four bolts. These bolts can be loosened to allow you to adjust the camera, tilting it up or down, to get the correct angle. There's another bracket that can go on top to block the sun's rays, to ensure you get a good quality picture out of your camera.We can then poke our wire through any opening that you decided to use for your camera, and we'll now need to route the long extension cord that comes in our kit from the front to back. I'm going to go ahead and route that wire now.I've gone ahead and routed the wire, we'll go ahead and make our connection to our camera here. There is a little notch inside there, so it only goes in one way, so you can twist it until you feel the notch line up. Push them together, and then there's a nut on there that actually threads to ensure that they stay connected.Our wire was routed up above our fuel tank, here. It goes forward from there. We stayed up above our suspension and axle components as we routed it forward, because we don't want it to get tangled up in anything. We also want to avoid the exhaust, as well, because we don't to melt the wire. We stayed up above our fuel tank here, as well, routing it along the side of it, as we went. Once we got to the front of the fuel tank, we ran across the front of the fuel tank there, to the outside. Now around the outside, we ran it along our factory wiring on the side of the frame, all the way forward here, 'til it got where our wheel is, here. We then went behind our wheel well, and up into our engine compartment. We then took our wire, and we routed it through the grommet in the firewall, located here, on our driver's side and now we're inside our passenger compartment, where we can make the connection to the display screen.Before we connect our camera extension to our display screen, we need to find a suitable mounting place for that. There are several mounting brackets that come with the kit, so you've got plenty of options of how you want to mount it. We went ahead and just used the double sided sticky pad that comes with it, and mounted it on the swivel bracket. There's one wire that comes off the back of your camera, that's going to plug into another short harness that's got several connection points for multiple cameras, as well as the wires we'll need to hook up for power to turn our camera system on. So go ahead and just plug that harness into our camera here. It can only plug in one way as well. There's a notch in there, so you don't have to worry about plugging it in wrong.We then routed it along the front of the dash. We removed our A pillar panel here. This just pulls right off, it's just got some push pins that hold it in, so you can simply pull that off and out of the way. We went down the side of the dash here, and we also pulled the weather stripping off. Again, this just pulls off, as you can see it's slotted here, so you can simply pull that out of the way, and down to our compartment, here. There is another small panel here, that again just pulls off. There's some tabs there. And once we're in here, we can now have all the rest of our harness poked in here at the bottom of our dash, where we can make all of our connections, and then hide our wires underneath when we're done.Our camera wire that we had routed in is here, and you can see, we've got a lot of excess left. We'll end up hiding this underneath the dash. So we just tied all that up. We'll now make our connection to our camera system. Now there are four inputs here for our camera, and they do this so you can have one in the front, one in the rear, and one for each side if you wish. We're going to be hooking ours to the channel two camera, because this is the one that's designed for a backup camera. So we're just going to plug those in, thread those together, and now we've made our connection. Part of the reason why we chose channel two for that backup, is there is a trigger wire, here, which is our green wire, which, when power is applied to this green wire, it will automatically switch it to camera two, and put back up lines on the screen to make it easier when backing up.There are also trigger wires for the rest of your cameras, and they are all labeled. So these could be hooked to your turn signals, and that would turn those on automatically, when you flicked on your left or right turn signal, and the forward wire, you could wire that up to whatever you'd like, whether it be your headlights, or some sort of switch to trigger that as well. We're not going to be using these, as we're only installing a backup camera, so we're just going to take these, and tie them up for now.We're really only concerned on this vehicle for our one camera, with the green, the black and the red wire. Red's going to be power, black's going to be ground, and green is going to be our backup signal. We want to hook our power wire to an ignition source, so that way the camera only turns on when the key is in the on position, because we don't want it to drain down our battery.we're going to go ahead and tap into a couple of fuses on our under hood fuse compartment to get our ignition and reverse signals. The 15 amp fuse located here is going to give us an ignition source, and the 10 amp fuse just to the left of it here is going to give us our reverse source. So this is our backup for our trailers and this is the PCM fuse. So we're going to go ahead and pull both of those fuses. We then have a couple of fuse taps here, that's we're going to be using. So these fuse taps, we will hook it to some wires that we're going to need to route inside, and if you need some additional wire to get a run from these fuses inside, you can purchase the wire as well. Fuse taps already have bud connectors, pre installed on them, so we'll be using that to connect to our wires.so we're going to take our wiring here, we're going to be using the black wire for the ignition source and the white wire for our backup wire. So we're going to strip back both ends of each wire here. And we will crimp these wires onto those fuse splices. Now that we've spliced those on, we want to put the fuses that we pulled earlier, into our fuse tabs here, so our black we said was going to be our ignition source, which is the 15 amp fuse that we pulled. So we're going to put that in, and we want to put these fuses in the bottom slot of our fuse tabs. And the 10 amp fuse is going to go in the bottom for our reverse signal circuit.On the top one, we're going to have to provide our own 10 amp fuses, and those are going to go on the top, here. Okay, now that we've got those inserted, we can put them back into our fuse box here. So the 15 is going to go back to where our PCM fuse we pulled was. And that simply plugs in there. And our reverse wire is going to go on the fuse we pulled there. We can now route these out of our fuse box and we're going to route these wires into our engine compartment. You can route these through the same grommet that we routed our camera wire.Now, in order to let our wires pass through our box with the lid on, we are going to need to make some small modifications to it. We're just going to take some cutters, here, and just cut out a small notch for the wires to pass through. Okay, now we can reinstall our lid onto our fuse box.We're now on the inside of our vehicle, we've routed our wires through the grommet as well. We're going to strip back each end, and now we can make our connections. Now on our red wire, here, it does have some quick connect connectors on it. However, we won't be using those, we're going to be butt connecting it, so we're just going to cut those off, and then we'll strip that back. This is our power wire, so we're going to butt connect this to the black wire that we ran in. And then our white wire, we're going to connect that to the green wire, which is our reverse trigger circuit.Now, all that's left is to connect our ground wire, which already has a ring terminal on it here. So we're just going to be using a ground that exists already underneath our dash. We'll connect our ground wire to the studs located down here. Just going to pick one of those. We're going to remove the nut with a 10mm wrench. And since the ring terminal that's pre-crimped onto the ground wire is split like it is, we don't need to take it all the way off, we can actually just loosen it. Slide the wire up on there, and then tighten it back down.We're now ready to test our camera system out. So we want to turn our ignition to the on position to power up our camera, and you can see there, it comes on. We've got a great picture at the back. Now we've only got one camera installed, so it immediately went to camera two when we turned it on. Now we've verified that everything's working properly, we can go ahead and button up our wiring. We're just going to zip tie this all up underneath the dash here. You can pick up some zip ties here at eTrailer.com if you need some.And that completes our installation of Buyers products, RV backup camera system on our 2006 Chevrolet Silverado.

Customer Reviews

Buyers Products RV Backup Camera System w/ Night Vision - Rear Mount - 7" Quad Screen - 3378883040

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (9 Customer Reviews)

Backup camera system includes 1 waterproof camera with night vision that mounts below your rear clearance light. 7" Full-color monitor lets you view 4 different camera angles simultaneously (additional cameras sold separately).

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Purchased our back-up camera a year ago and love it. Makes it so easy for trailer hook-ups. Great service.

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Review from a similar Backup Camera w/ Night Vision in RV Camera System

The quality of the backup camera system seems to be fine although the system does not work as described. When hooked up as instructed to perform when in reverse, there is no audio available. I ended up connecting an additional trigger wire to get both video and audio to work on channel #3. This will affect future connections to channel #1 and 2. Very happy with etrailer’s attempts with the manufacturer to resolve the issue.

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Review from a similar Backup Camera w/ Night Vision in RV Camera System

Gracias, la cámara llegó a tiempo y en perfectas condiciones, fácil de instalar la recomiendo 100% Una imagen con tremenda nitidez, la instale en mi RV Coachmen Cross Country 382 ds, estoy más que satisfecho y más seguro para parquear, el próximo proyecto es comprar las cámaras laterales. Gracias nuevamente por su producto

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Review from a similar Backup Camera w/ Night Vision in RV Camera System

Very happy with this package. It is a great replacement for my old system. Thanks for your help.

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