Voyager RV Camera VCMS50LWT Review

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Review of Voyager RV Electronics VCMS50LWT


Today we're going to be taking a look at the Voyager camera with LED low light assist for the left hand side of your RV. This camera delivers real time images of the vehicle's surroundings that really helps drivers when it comes to changing lanes, merging and making wide turns. This is a CMOS camera. It's anti-blooming which means the bright areas that can appear around images are eliminated. This does feature just a really nice design. It is waterproof.

It's going to feature an IP69K rating. This camera with that anti-blooming feature is more effective in high light and low light environments and the CMOS is a camera sensor technology and it stands for complimentary metal oxide semiconductor. The camera is an infrared LED camera. It does feature low light assist for easy to see images in low light conditions and it's also going to feature high performance color optics. It is designed for left hand side installation. It's going to feature a really nice corrosion resistant aluminum housing.

It's going to be white in color and on the bottom it's going to have a rubberized base which protects the mounting area from scratches and damage and creates a nice tight seal to keep out dirt and moisture. The cord that comes with the unit is going to feature a grommet that's located on it. That's going to do a great job at sealing up the pass through location and that is adjustable on the cord, so you can slide it wherever you need it, depending on your installation and application. Again, waterproof design. It's going to make it a really great option for your RV. Taking a look at some of the overall dimensions real quick, measuring edge to edge, this direction, the camera is going to give us a measurement of about 1 and 5/8ths of an inch.

Going this direction, this is how far it would stick out from the body of the RV or the mounting surface, it's going to be about one and three quarters of an inch to 1 and 7/8ths of an inch. So I'm calling that just the depth. Then the overall length, that's measuring from front to back, that's going to give us a measurement of about three and one quarter inches. Again it's white in color. What you see on the table is what comes with this part number. You're also going to get detailed list of installation instructions as well, but you're going to get the aluminum housing, the rubber base, the harness with grommet.

It's got the four pin connector on there and then underneath this, you can see that this exposes your mounting holes. So this is a four mount hole design, mounting hardware included. The housing is secured to the base with that one screw right there, so whenever you're ready to install it and get it mounted to the surface, you will need to make sure that you do the base without the housing on it. Camera body fits in there really nice. Low profile design. Looks really good especially when it's fully installed on an RV. The unit also comes with a mounting template that matches up perfect with the specs of the actual camera. The harness that is on the camera is going to measure about 27 inches long. Again it's got the four pin connector that easily connects to your RV's camera system and other components of the camera system, like the monitor control station wiring harness, extension cables, all that type of stuff, that's all sold separately so this is going to be what you get, what you see right here on the table, with this part number. That's going to do it for today's look at the Voyager camera with LED low light assist for the left hand side of your RV.


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