Quality, modern, well-known brand cameras for every car model. Front and rear cameras capture a realistic image and transmit the information to the driver. In car cameras are useful during parking, as they show various obstacles on the road when parking or driving. They make parking or entering certain areas (tight spaces, etc.) much more convenient and easier. The driver is immediately aware of possible obstacles in his/her path. Front and rear cameras are installed not only in cars but also in heavy vehicles.
The cameras can be part of a parking system, together with an acoustic signal that also informs the driver of obstacles not only on the screen but also by sound. Rear and front cameras not only make parking more convenient, but also reduce the risk of potential accidents and property damage.
Where can be installed video cameras?
Video cameras can be mounted both at the front and the rear of the vehicle. They can be mounted on different types of vehicles: cars, trucks, heavy vehicles, agricultural machinery, campers, etc. The front camera is mounted at the very front of the car and is usually easy to attach, so it is not time-consuming and does not require any additional knowledge. Rear cameras are a much more popular choice and are mounted at the rear of the car or other vehicle. Both types of cameras are easy to install and are resistant to environmental influences and temperature changes, so they can be used in all seasons.
A rear-view camera is not a mandatory part of the vehicle, but an increasing number of new car manufacturers are integrating this technology into their vehicles. Rear cameras come in a variety of types, and are most commonly classified according to mounting, lighting options and other types.
- Rear camera installation - the installation of a rear camera is very simple and does not require much knowledge. They can be mounted at the rear of the vehicle or integrated into the rear licence plate frames.
- Rear camera illumination - cameras with additional illumination are available, with integrated LED lights that improve visibility on the road and give an even clearer and better view when parking or other situations.
A rear-view camera can also be integrated throughout the parking system, which also includes an audible alarm to alert you to potential obstacles on the road.
Rear camera operating principle
Rear-view cameras mounted at the rear of the vehicle work in the normal way for parking devices, sending the images captured to a screen in the vehicle interior and visible to the driver. The images can be sent either wired or wirelessly.
In most cases, the display also shows two parallel lines - guidelines - to help orientate the vehicle when reversing. The quality of a vehicle's camera is determined by the capabilities of both the camera and the available display. In poor weather conditions (darkness, rain, dirt on the camera) the image may not be so good and it may be difficult to get a realistic view of the situation.