Blind Spot Cameras?
I'm considering setting up a set of blind spot cameras on my 34' Avion travel trailer. The blind spot system comprises 3 cameras (rear view plus one camera on each side near the front of the trailer to assist in backing up on the blind side).
I'm finding blind spot camera systems for motorhomes and some that allude to the idea that they can be used on trailers, but so far I haven't found specific examples of systems that work on travel trailers.
Finally, has anyone seen weatherproof video and control connectors?
I'm wondering if anyone on Airforums has done this, or know anyone who has?
Also, on two previous trailers that I put back-up cameras on, in both cases the image worked fine initially upon each trip, but the image became "foggy" after about 10 minutes of use. In both cases the cameras were IP-67 or IP-68 rated (completely hermetically sealed) such that water intrusion should not have been a factor. So I'm wondering if I'm getting "ground float", which can happen if multiple grounds occur. To prevent that, I used the 7-way ground as the single ground point for the trailer and for the cameras, so ground should not float as it could if there were a separate ground for the cameras.
I'd love to get the benefit of the vast pool of knowledge and experience here on Airforums. Any wisdom or opinions would help.
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