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Features for the Voyager 5.6" Medium Duty Rear View LCD Monitor with 2 Camera Inputs- 5.6" Medium Duty Rear View LCD Monitor with 2 Camera Inputs
- 12 Volt power system
- NTSC video signal compatible
- Manual (pushbutton) or automatic (trigger) source selection
- Turn-signal (pulsed DC) compatible trigger inputs (AV2, AV3)
- Auto power on (standby)
- Day/Night brightness modes
- On Screen Display (OSD) for AV source, picture adjustment & volume level
- Non-volatile memory for picture and volume adjustment settings
- Anti-glare/Anti-scratch protective lens
- Multiple mounting options (AMPS compatible)
- Compatible with all Voyager NTSC Cameras
- Overall Dimensions: 5-7/8"W x 5-1/4"H x 1-1/4"D
Specifications for the Voyager 5.6" Medium Duty Rear View LCD Monitor with 2 Camera Inputs
||5-7/8"W x 5-1/4"H x 1-1/4"D|
|Diagonal Screen Size (Inches)
||960 x 234|
|Viewing Angles (V/H)
|Video Output Signal Format
|Removable Sunvisor Included
Manuals & Guides for the Voyager 5.6" Medium Duty Rear View LCD Monitor with 2 Camera Inputs
Our hands on Engineering Research and Development team builds quality into our JENSEN & Voyager products from the beginning by expertly designing each product from the ground up and validating all designs through extensive testing that is primarily conducted in our own on-site test lab. Therefore, JENSEN Audio & Video products and Voyager Camera Systems offer MORE durability and performance than you would expect from standard electronics.
Long-Duration product exposure to constant random-frequency operational vibration and non-operational vibration to simulate rugged road conditions. Simultaneous temperature cycle and vibration exposure are also conducted for additional data that is relevant to detecting potential material/component weaknesses and calculating product life-expectancy.
The last thing you need is for your radio to quit due to accidental static shock. That’s why our products go through the extensive Electrostatic Discharge Test on all exposed control areas as well as I/O connections so they can withstand the most severe static build up. Shocking, isn’t it?
Severe electrical environments are relatively common mobile applications. We understand these environments and what it takes to protect electronics that will be exposed to them. That’s why all of our products include specific and significant front-end circuit protection and filtering that is proven to withstand the toughest electrical environments. The Load Dump Tests puts destructive pulses (spikes) to simulate the sudden disconnection of the battery from the alternator while the alternator is generating current to load the battery. Such Load Dump pulses are high energy pulses with a high potential of destruction ensuring that our electronics are protected.
DC Voltage Overstress
The Reverse Polarity test uses a car battery to test durability of the product when the (+) and (–) cables are accidentally reversed.
Power Line Noise Rejection
Test throws noise onto the signal and simulates product reaction to alternator whine.
Simulated Crank Start Voltage
Used to test electronics depreciation and altercations when vehicle is turned on.
High/Low Operating Voltage Test
Both tests used to ensure electronics consistency when vehicle battery goes below or above the normal 12V. Product must remain operational throughout the test.
High/Low Operating Temperature
Long-Duration product exposure to operational temperature extremes and rapid temperature cycles that are experienced in outdoor mobile applications. In addition we test for High humidity introduced at high-temp to test effectiveness of circuit corrosion protection (conformal coating).
High/Low Storage Temperature
Used to ensure powered components withstand temperature fluctuations.
What is the code for your TVs that will work with my DirecTV/Dish Network/Universal remote?Please see Universal Remote Control bulletin under Support tab.
Can I view my rear camera while driving down the road or is it only visible while in reverse?Yes, you can view the camera when you are not in Reverse by operating in manual mode. See monitor's manual for instructions.
I have a color LCD monitor, but my image is in black & white. Why?
Most likely, the camera is a black and white model. Check the model of the camera to confirm capabilities.
Do I need to connect the "Trigger" wires if I don't need the cameras to turn on with my turn-signals or back-up lights?No, you do not need to connect the Trigger wires in this case. In doing so, your monitor will always be in manual mode.