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reversing camera on a rollerteam tline 740

andrew h smith

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I recently purchased a new rollerteam tline 740 which has a reversing camera fitted . my question is could I replace it with a duel camera one for reversing and one as a rear view camera without having to replace the wiring and monitor ?
 

Forrory

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If you're adding a second camera you'll need a second video lead, and unless your monitor has two video in sockets this will also need changing. Either that or a second monitor.
 

Chris356

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If you fit a dual camera you will also have to drill another hole the dual’s have two cables
 

Forrory

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More than likely.
Nothing quite like drilling holes in a new van !!!!
Thinking about it, they is another option. Not had any experience with them myself but there are wireless cameras which could be an option as you will already have a power supply to the camera that's already there .
 

V1nny

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More than likely.
Nothing quite like drilling holes in a new van !!!!
Thinking about it, they is another option. Not had any experience with them myself but there are wireless cameras which could be an option as you will already have a power supply to the camera that's already there .
I ripped my factory fitted reversing camera off last year and was quoted £500 +vat + labour for a replacement from Burstner. I went on Amazon and bought a replacement wireless camera for about £75 and it is working perfectly so far one year on.
 

andrew h smith

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thanks for the feedback , might try and change the angle of the current camera to use as a rear view mirror . big issue I have is the width of the mirrors on narrow roads , we recently smashed the drivers mirror on the ring of Kerry in Ireland. very narrow roads and many buses . you can pull the mirrors in but generally don't have the time . would like to get to a position where we can pull both mirrors in on narrow roads and still see whats behind us . talked to a couple recently that had three rear facing cameras which looked pretty good at a cost of £650 which I thought was not too bad
 

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