|Product Name||New 7" Color Reverse Backup Camera System Rv Truck Bus|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B001Q6KL2E|
|Long Description||CAMERA: 1/4 sharp color CCD, 250k pixels, 2.1 mm wide lens with 130° angle, 420 TV lines (which means best quality image, with no blind spots) 18 automatic Infra-red night vision aluminates= 50 feet of vision in the darkest night. With built in foam around lens (so you are garneted not to have any glare from the IR's). Extremely strong weather proof casing, with 10g impact rating, as well as a screw base and water proof sleeve connection. MONITOR: A 7" color TFT LCD 16:9 wide screen with selectable option from monitor for 4:3 (super sharp image 1440x234) Built-in speakers and earphone jack Remote control (all functions can be controlled from the monitor) Dimensions: Width 6 7/8" Height 5 ¼" Depth 1" MULTIPLEXIR & SYSTEM: 3 channels allowing you to connect additional cameras or DVD player (can be selected from monitor or remote) Mirror imaging so you can see proper side Automatic switch (option to automatically have the system turn on when in reverse) Allows 12-24 dc power All cables and connectors are air craft grade and weatherproof Package Includes: Color CCD infra-red weather proof camera 7" TFT LCD color monitor with universal mount/stand and wire 3 channel multiplexer control unit 66' extension cable for camera Heavy Duty Metal bracket Remote control Power connection wire Double RCA + power converter (to connect external, audio video and power) Screw kit for installation|
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Bookland + 2 and Bookland + 5. Are both variations of EAN-13 and are sometimes referred to as EAN13 supplement 2 and EAN13 supplement 5 (EAN13-2 and EAN13-5).
These barcodes are used to record the book's ISBN number and the supplemental digits are used for recording issue numbers (for magazines with a +2 extension) or pricing information for books (with a +5 extension).