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BSD Radar Car DVR with 2-Channel AHD Side View Camera - 10.36 Inch Rear Mirror Monitor

BSD Radar Car DVR with 2-Channel AHD Side View Camera - 10.36 Inch Rear Mirror Monitor

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BSD Radar Alarm Car DVR Video Recording 2 Channel AHD Side View Camera with Truck Buses 10.36 Inch Rear Mirror Monitor

Monitor Features:

* 10.36 inch IPS touch screen. 2-channel screen split screen display.
* Support 9V-36V wide voltage, it is really an ideal system for car monitoring, suitable for small trucks, buses, pickup trucks, work vehicles, large trucks, etc.
* Support AHD 1280x720P camera, clearer and advanced bright color separation, signal filtering, 3D noise reduction technology, higher image clarity and better image restoration.
* Support DVR loop recording, maximum 128G TF card.
* Support camera image screen mirroring function. Support reversing line calibration and switching (the screen has its own reversing line).
* Support display time and date, brightness and volume can be adjusted.


IPS Screen

Excellent 178° Full-view display technology
• 178° Wider viewing angles
• Faster response times
• Better color/contrast than many VA and TN panels
• Outstanding color accuracy and screen consistency
• 4 Kinds menu language : English/ Korean/ Japanese/Chinese

AI Smart Blind Zone Detection Alarm

The Monitor has a built-in high computing power Al smart main control chip and BSD high-definition wide-dynamic photosensitive motherboard, which can monitor and identify the risk of reversing in the output image moving object information , greatly improving driving safety

 Loop Recording

Car Side View Camera

* 2 channels Left / Right electronic mirror camera
• 1280*720P effective pixels
• Waterproof IP68
• No Color Cast
• 2000000 pixels
• IR Night Vision: Infrared night vision cameras are mainly used in a dark environment with no visible light or low light level. Using an infrared emission device to actively project infrared light onto an object, and the infrared light enters the lens for imaging after being reflected by the object. At this time, what we see is the picture made by the reflection of infrared light, not the picture made by the reflection of visible light. At this time, we can take pictures in invisible dark environment.


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