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Pro-Vision Rear-Facing Camera System

Rear-facing camera systems allow a driver of a service body, heavy equipment, box truck, semi, or light-duty pickup to install up to four cameras on a vehicle.

November 27, 2012

Rear-facing camera systems allow a driver of a service body, heavy equipment, box truck, semi, or light-duty pickup to install up to four cameras on a vehicle.

Monitors can be mounted to where a rearview mirror would be. A rearview mirror monitor that can work as both a camera and mirror is also available. Cameras feature durable housings for commercial applications, and for a construction truck with a service body, a marker light can be replaced with a marker light camera so the center of the light holds the camera.

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