Safety & Accident

Ford Transit Backup Camera System Released

July 28, 2015

Photo courtesy of Rear View Safety.
Photo courtesy of Rear View Safety.

Rear View Safety has released its Ford Third Brake Light backup camera system for the 2015 Transit van that comes with features designed to protect pedestrians as well as drivers.

The RVS-920 Ford Transit backup camera system, which integrates into the vehicle, replaces the innovative third brake light on the vehicle, giving the entire system a clean, factory-like install.

The RVS-920 offers a 170-degree viewing angle and six infrared illuminators, giving drivers clean, crisp images, according to the company. The system functions in a variety of lighting conditions.

The RVS-920 also comes with a Sony sensor that has 480 TV lines. The system is considered waterproof with an IP68 rating, according to the company. A one-year warranty, a 15-foot cable and an RCA adapter are also included.

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