A Chipatronic Dual Caravan Camera is an investment in your caravan and is no less significant than other peripheral items which make your experience less stressful and adds to towing safety.
Our Hybrid dual caravan cameras are assembled here locally to our our own unique design that enables quick and easy installation without removing the cameras from the bracket and simple adjustment of the up / down alignment with even the smallest adjustment possible and no awkward steps requiring total dis-assembly of the camera. Our EasyFix Bracket is custom made locally from quality stainless steel and can be mounted in minutes with no complex steps to set the cameras up.
Chipatronic Dual Caravan Cameras are part of the Hybrid Camera range which are the latest and most up to date vehicle cameras available currently with features never before seen in the automotive industry.
Hybrid cameras combine traditional composite video (CVBS) with new Analogue High Definition video (AHD) with the ability to change between these two modes by menu programming.
Not only can the camera be changed between video output modes but can also be changed between PAL and NTSC formats to suit the requirements of each individual installation.
Hybrid Series cameras are unique to Chipatronic and feature the ability to program the camera to suit most applications making them ideally suited to trade customers wanting cameras that can be used in multiple situations, reducing inventory and the need to order special cameras.
- Programmable video output mode: CVBS or AHD
- Programmable video format: PAL or NTSC
- 1.2MP camera resolution in AHD mode (1280x960P equivalent to 1200TVL)
- 700TVL CVBS resolution
- Custom camera programming is possible including Mirror to Real image change
- Standard Chipatronic 4 Pin cabling solutions are able to be used
A dual caravan camera is made from 2 cameras in a common bracket, one has a standard lens for reversing and seeing what is just behind the van and the other has a narrow angle lens which is used for driving as the narrow lens is much better for seeing what is actually on the road behind and also allows you to see what is coming up.
As the narrow view camera is used most of the time, even at night, this camera does not have the Infra Red LEDs that the other camera has which improves the usability as the camera does cut over to the IR view when it is dark as this changes the image to black & white.
Dual cameras are commonly used with a mirror monitor such as the 7″ clip-on style shown below as this provides a setup that is perfectly natural with the rear vision being on the mirror where you have been looking your entire life while driving and the HD video is almost the same as looking in the mirror and in some cases may be better as the camera is right at the back so anything you can see is behind the camera.
The dual caravan camera is available in both black and white camera housings and can be setup to suit almost any monitor or display in a car.