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Old 02-01-2019, 10:45 AM   #1
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We have a backup camera but Iíve seen side cameras on a lot of motor homes. Has anyone installed them on an AS? Without any drilling and wireless? We have a 30í
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I installed a side camera on the 310TD but I went with a wired system. I love it.
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My investigation identified that the additional side cameras are wired. As the use of multiple cameras steals screen space and makes the install more difficult, we dropped the idea. My guess is that at some point in time an all around view system will be developed that reads your mind and switches to the view you want with magnification and enhancement. Until then, we'll make do with the one camera 7" screen Voyager. Pat
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I installed wireless side cameras. You have to drill to mount and drill to access 12v power supply. I had to make extension mounting brackets to clear the rolled up annings on both sides. I started with the following:

Voyager, 7" Wireless, WVOS713 (allows up to 3 cameras)

Then I added the 2 side cameras:

WVRXCAM1 Digital Wireless Camera and Receiver

Attached are a few pics of the extension bracket and mounting.

Everything works great, I'm glad I added them.

Regards,

Jim

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We have a backup camera but Iíve seen side cameras on a lot of motor homes. Has anyone installed them on an AS? Without any drilling and wireless? We have a 30í
Interesting. Today just posted response on another rear cam thread:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f317...-192120-2.html
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