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Old 02-16-2015, 06:52 PM   #29
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That's right. Mine shows the display as if one is looking out the back window, not looking in a mirror. It's bizarre. I can't find a switch, nor a menu setting, nor no mention of this in the manuals.

It is so disconcerting to see a car coming up on the left side of you, then it passes you on the right side in real life. It's just wrong. Make a me crazy!

SteveSueMac, and you're saying you have the Voyager WVOS511 - gives me hope if so - there has to be a way this is so fundamental.

I just sent an inquiry to tech support.
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Old 02-16-2015, 07:17 PM   #30
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I don't remember the exact model number - the 511 sounds right. It's the Voyager digital wireless cam w/5" screen. There must be a setting somewhere - a dip switch position, a software setting....

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Old 02-16-2015, 07:29 PM   #31
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Reversed image

The camera could be mounted upside down?....my guess......I would try re-pairing the camera and monitor.

But, the answer is in calling Voyager tech support at 877 305 0445
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Old 02-16-2015, 07:37 PM   #32
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Gary - it is definitely the WVOS511 system with WVCMS10b camera.
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Old 02-16-2015, 08:06 PM   #33
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Yep - that's the same camera I have. thanks for checking.

Will let everyone know once I figure this out (although still hoping one of you beats me to finding the solution. ;-))
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Here's the solution to reverse the image on the Voyager 5.6" display. Tech support had replied with an email first thing this morning. Good response on their part.

Once the monitor is on and you have the camera image displayed, press and hold the power button for 5 seconds and release. You will get the Message of Mirror Off or Mirror On and you will see that the image is inverted.

It does state this in the instruction manual - I just missed the one liner. Would be better if it was in a soft menu available without having to know that the power button is over-loaded with another function if you hold it down long. I wonder what other functions might be hidden in there? Still, my bad for not reading the manually thoroughly.
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Old 02-17-2015, 01:42 PM   #35
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Here's mine. Did it in about an hour. (I did spray it silver to match the trailer.)
http://www.airforums.com/forums/f317...ml#post1187989

Good instructions for where to mount the camera under the clearance light

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Old 02-18-2015, 02:06 PM   #36
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For those running the wire under the shell up to the clearance light did you use the 3/4" grommet? Seems like a large hole for a small wire. Could a smaller grommet be used?

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Old 02-18-2015, 05:05 PM   #37
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For those running the wire under the shell up to the clearance light did you use the 3/4" grommet? Seems like a large hole for a small wire. Could a smaller grommet be used?
The clearance light already has a 3/4' hole underneath it put there by AS factory so a 3/4" grommet is required.
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Sorry I was referring to the hole you have to drill into the shell for the Voyager camera wire to be run under the shell to the clearance light hole to splice into the clearance light wires.

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Kelvin, check out the size of the connector you'll be using to wire up your camera before drilling...use the smallest bit possible. I've done this on two trailers and it is a VERY simple install, and if you seal it properly (I used Sikaflex), you will not have to worry about any water issues. Barry
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Use some form of grommet to protect the wire from the sharp aluminum edges, then seal it with sealants of choice...don't ask me why I know this.


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If you use the connectors that come with the Voyager wiring, then you need to drill a 3/4" hole. I drilled a 5/8" first, and the connector didn't fit through it. So I just finished the hole to 3/4" and the connector slides through and the grommet then fit perfectly,.

I could have cut the stock connector off, and wired up my own smaller diameter connectors (thought about it), and hence gotten by with a smaller hole to drill.. BUT, I didn't want to cut the stock wiring and connector until I knew the system worked and I didn't need to return it for some reason while under warrantee. In that case, I don't know if they will take a returned system with the wires all cut up.

So that was my reason for sticking with the 3/4" hole.
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I have the same camera on my 87 excella 34'. I removed rear center clearance light fixture. Used 1/2" hole saw. Cut hole behind fixture. Cut hole above where I mounted light. Pulled out clearance light wires ( could reach some slack then ) with a hook. Spliced in camera power feed. Threaded wire to camera hole and installed grommet. Used Parabond sealant and installed / reinstalled the rest. Also I changed all outside lights to LED cause I wanted to and have long life, no heat for running clearance lights full time to power camera. Many ways to do it.


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