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Clarion CC510

Rear Vision Camera with Distance Guide Lines and CMOS Sensor Technology

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Clarion CC510

Rear Vision Camera with Distance Guide Lines and CMOS Sensor Technology


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CC510 Features

  • Compact Vehicular Rear Blackup Color Camera
  • Integrated high performance 1/4" color CMOS sensor technology
  • High visibility day and night
  • 150° Horizontal wide viewing angle
  • 100° Vertical viewing angle
  • Auto gain control (AGC)
  • Auto white balance
  • Compact connector
  • Includes tilt and swivel mount
  • Sealed unit construction
  • Mirror image inversion function presents optimum conditions for confirming rear view
  • Resist image smearing even when bright light is directed at camera
  • IP67 Water Ingress Protection ensures long lasting life regardless of weather conditions
  • 8-Foot camera pigtail
  • 23-Foot RCA and power connections
  • Uses 12V power/RCA video output (NTSC)
  • Can be used with Clarion CAU001 License Plate Frame for simple installation
  • 1-year SonicElectronix.Com warranty

CC510 Specifications

  • Power Source: DC 12V
  • Image Resolution: 668 x 512 (342,016 Active Pixels)
  • Image Sensor: 1/4" color CMOS sensor
  • Minimum Subject Illumination: 0.5 LUX
  • Video Output: NTCS

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.
668 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 (Audio & Video)
Mounting Type
This is the manner in which the unit is attached to the vehicle.
Remote Mount
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.
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.
Camera Housing Material
This is the material that the housing of the camera is made out of.
Minimum Illuminance
Essentially the amount, or intensity of, the visible light required for a clear picture. A lower Lux rating designates a camera that will function better with less light.
0.5 lx
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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Parts Warranty Duration
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Labor Warranty Duration
1 year
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Dexter, MI

Clarion CC510

November 13, 2013

I got this for my 2009 Malibu with the Kenwood Excelon DNX6190HD and it works great, even in low light. I installed it myself along with the Clarion license plate frame and it took maybe 45 minutes to an hour. Now the biggest test is will it survive the Michigan weather

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Good camera

October 11, 2015

Good camera for the price. I installed it on a 2006 Ford Crown Victoria LX and I like the way it gives somewhat of a factory look to the car.

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recommended by installer
Trent W on Apr 16, 2015
Recommendations by online reviews. Along with research and comparisons of comparable products.
Lenard C on Jan 12, 2015
Wanted a camera to go with my new 605
Ken R on Apr 3, 2015
Recommended by an expert and price was better than Alpine recommendation.
Nora V on Dec 16, 2014
on distance lines red , orange , yellow green, how many feet those each on
s Edward B on May 28, 2015
Best Answer: Sorry I'm not sure how many feet each line represents. But what you can do is setup and adjust the camera by having someone behind you telling you how close you are to the other car and then when you have the camera setup to a safe distance within the red lines you can take a measurement and that will tell you how many feet away you are from the other car when it's in the red lines. Hope that helps!
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is the cable length exspandable and how long is it?
Ronald P on Jan 15, 2015
Best Answer: I bought this to replace a cheaper camera I installed in my Corvette. The cord on it is about 6" long but it is made to attach to any length RCA cable. I needed about 15 feet to make it to the radio. I can't remember if they had a extra cable in the box, but you can pick them up at most stores or real cheap on ebay. The camera is excellent.
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