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BOYO Vision VTL402HD (Chrome)

Bar-Type Rear View Camera w/ Built-In Color HD CCD


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BOYO Vision VTL402HD (Chrome)

Bar-Type Rear View Camera w/ Built-In Color HD CCD


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General Features

  • Bar-Type Rear View Camera
  • High Sensitive 1/4” DSP Color HD CCD Built-in
  • 540 TVL Horizontal Resolution
  • Remarkable low Lux performance of 0.5 Lux at F2.0
  • Excellent Auto White Balance
  • Waterproof IP67
  • Reverse/Non-Reverse image switching feature
  • Distance Grid on/off switching feature
  • 175° wide viewing angle
  • Effective Pixels: 680 x 512
  • Power Source: DC12V
  • Also available in Black
  • Authorized Internet Dealer
  • 1-year Manufacturer's warranty

General Features

Color Type
This will denote whether the displayed image is color or black & white.
Night Vision
Some cameras are equipped with additional lighting for improved performance in low light conditions. LED lights will drastically improve range visibility and maintain a color image. Infrared LED lights have an even further visible range but lack a color image; this is a true night vision feature.
Sensor Type
Currently, cameras will typically use a CMOS, CCD or CMD sensor type. A CMOS camera is your most common type due to its low cost and quality performance. CMOS cameras also use much less power than a CCD but are more susceptible to noise interference. A CCD camera is much more sensitive than a CMOS camera so the pictures are cleaner and less grainy and perform much better in low light situations. A CMD camera is right in between the two as it has a better image quality over CMOS cameras and a comparable picture quality to the CCD cameras without being quite as expensive.
Resolution (pixels)
A display's pixel resolution defines its ability to resolve fine details. Digital TVs and projectors measure screen resolution in pixels. The higher the resolution, the more detailed the picture will be.
680 x 512 
Video Output
This is how the video signal is outputted to the receiver. Most items use RCA composite cables, while other units use wireless transmitters or other video cables.
RCA Composite Cable
Mounting Type
This is the manner in which the unit is attached to the vehicle.
Top of License Plate Frame
Adjustable Tilt
This means that the item can be tilted and adjusted to achieve the perfect view for the user.
Weatherproof items are protected from the elements. They usually are treated or coated with special materials that help protect them. Normally, weatherproof units are sealed to keep any water from getting inside.
Reverse Image
Mirror Image is feature which horizontally flips the camera's image before it is output to a display. This is necessary when the camera is being used as a backup camera so that the orientation of viewed image is the same as if the driver is looking in a rear view mirror. Cameras without this feature are to be used to view images in front of the driver.
Parking Guidelines
Parking guidelines is a feature which displays guidelines over the image from the camera to assist the driver with parking. The guidelines help to determine distance between the camera and an obstruction.
Built-in Microphone
Some cameras have built-in microphones in order to provide an audio feedback of the environment outside, or to record audio when using the camera for security purposes.
Primary Color
This is the main color of the item.
Frame Material
This is the material that the license plate frame is made of.
Camera Housing Material
This is the material that the housing of the camera is made out of.
Lens Distortion Correction
Lens distortion correction is a feature which allows for the viewing of faraway objects and an uninterrupted horizontal (left to right) path without the need for a fish-eye view.
Screen Size
This is the size of the monitor on the unit. It is measured diagonally and in inches. The bigger the number the larger the screen.

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Warranty and Return Policy

Parts Warranty Duration
1 year
Labor Warranty Duration
1 year
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September 23, 2013

When the camera was first installed, I had a lot of trouble with it working properly. Just when I was ready to send it back, the trouble stopped and it worked perfectly. It worked fine for a couple of months then, these past couple of weeks, the camera works on a 'when it feels like it' basis. Sometimes, if I turn off my vehicle and restart, the camera works fine. Just when I think I've had enough frustration and will send it back for warranty repair, it seems to work for a couple of weeks with no problem. I know I should probably just send it back to Boyo but I would have to pay to have a technician take the camera off, pay for shipping it from Canada, and then pay a technician to wire it back up for me. (No I can't figure out how to unhook the wiring - I'm a senior woman who has never done anything like this so wouldn't have a clue where to begin.)

It's also been frustrating trying to figure out the guidelines... Boyo support didn't know what distance each of the colored lines (side and rear) measured. One foot? Two feet? Three feet? Five feet? I thought I had it the side lines figured out - if I lined up the yellow line to the curb, it meant I was about a foot away. That worked fine until the next time the camera didn't work at all. Did that glitch 'adjust' the line? That doesn't sound reasonable but yesterday, I parked using the yellow side line and instead of being a foot away from the curb, my tire was right up against the curb. Frustrating to say the least. I have no idea why Boyo doesn't know what distance all of their lines are supposed to represent. The most frustrating, however, is that I can't always count on the camera working especially because I back my SUV up a lot in parking lots filled with kids (my grandkids sports activities.) I would also like to add that I was thrilled with the no hassle with duty and customs because Sonic handled all of that when shipping to Canada.

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Product Name: BOYO Vision VTL402HD (Chrome)