AEG RV 3.5 manual

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  • Brand: AEG
  • Product: Car Kit
  • Model/name: RV 3.5
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, German, French, Italian, Slovak

Table of Contents

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8.0 WARRANTY AND SERVICE
7.0 DISPOSAL
6.0 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
5.1 Cleaning, maintenance and storage
5.0 MAINTENANCE AND CARE
4.1 Installing the backup camera system
4.2 Installing the monitor
4.3 Monitor operation
4.4 Monitor menu settings
4.5 Testing the backup camera system
4.6 Replacing fuses
4.7 Troubleshooting
4.0 INSTALLATION/OPERATION
3.1 Contents
3.2 Product overview
3.0 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
2.1 General safety instructions
2.2 Safety instructions for backup camera installation
2.0 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.1 What are these symbols?
1.2 Functionality of the backup camera system
1.3 Intended use
1.4 Features of the backup camera system
1.0 INTRODUCTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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The RV 3.5 backup camera system is solely
intended to further assist with visibility whilst
briefly reversing with a vehicle.
The RV 3.5 backup camera system does not
release you of your duty to follow traffic regu-
lations of the Road Traffic Act (RTA) and your
due diligence. This backup camera is intended
for maximum backup speeds of 3 km/h (kilo-
meters per hour) and a maximum transmission
range of 10 m.
The backup camera system is solely intended for
private use. The backup camera is solely intended
to assist with visibility when reversing with a
vehicle. It does not release you of your due dili-
gence to drive carefully and to look around when
reversing, especially to pay regard to pedestrians
and other traffic!
The backup camera system requires an input
voltage of 12 V / DC. Cannot be operated via
24 V / DC!
Attention: risk of property and personal
damage!
1.3 Intended use
The RV 3.5 backup camera system assists with
visibility when briefly reversing, e.g. when
parking. Pressing the on / off switch will activate
the color monitor and, with the car in reverse, the
camera picture is wirelessly transmitted from the
sender to the monitor. The camera angle of view
is 110 °. The built-in night vision technology also
allows image transmission in the dark. When
shifting out of reverse gear, the transmitter will
stop transmitting the signal and the monitor image
disappears.
1.2 Functionality of the backup camera
system
Refer to page 26 for additional information
about symbols, units and abbreviations.
Tested according to ECE
10R-03 0813
This equipment complies with
EU directives
Dispose of equipment, batteries and
packaging in an environmentally
friendly manner!
Caution! Risk of electrical voltage
around components inside the vehicle!
Warning – dangerous voltage!
Risk of fatal injury!
Attention - Danger! Follow safety
instructions and warnings!
Refer to operator‘s manual
1.1 What are these symbols?
Dear customer,
Congratulations, you have purchased a new „RV
3.5 backup camera system“. Thank you for your
trust. To ensure optimal function, performance and
safety of your backup camera system please read
the instructions for use prior to initial use. This will
ensure you will be able to enjoy this equipment
for a long time.
1.0 INTRODUCTION
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2.1.9 Do not operate the backup camera system
if the equipment or cables exhibit damage or
malfunctions!
2.1.8 Be sure the equipment is always located in
a safe environment. Do not expose the device to
mechanical stress, extreme temperatures, moisture
or vibrations!
2.1.7 Depending on ambient conditions, the
camera and monitor may not always correctly
display individuals or objects.
2.1.6 The equipment will heat up during use.
Always place the backup camera system in a
safe, well ventilated location.
2.1.5 When unsure about installation, operation
or the functionality of the backup camera system,
contact a trained specialist.
2.1.4 Do not use the backup camera system to
power auxiliary automotive equipment or other
external devices.
2.1.3 This equipment is not intended to be used
by individuals (including children) with limited
physical, sensory or cognitive abilities or lacking
experience and / or knowledge, unless supervised
by an individual responsible for their safety or
have been instructed by such on how to use the
equipment.
2.1.2 Keep the instructions for the product‘s life.
2.1.1 Keep the backup camera
system away from children! Children
do not understand or recognize the
potential risks associated with handling electrical
equipment. Keep the backup camera system out
of the reach of children and store out of the reach
of children. Children could swallow parts and
potentially suffocate on them. Children could be
injured when using the backup camera system.
Also keep packaging materials out of the reach
of children.
Warning!
Read all instructions! Failure to follow safety in-
structions may result in property damage, or
personal or fatal injuries! Keep these instructions
for reference. Keep this operator‘s manual for
future questions and include when passing the
equipment on to third parties. Also make the
instructions accessible to third parties. The
operator‘s manual is a part of the equipment.
2.1 General safety instructions
2.0 SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
1.4 Features of the backup
camera system
▪ Better view behind the vehicle for more
safety
▪ Wireless, encoded 2.4 GHz radio trans-
mission
▪ Night vision function
▪ Nice large angle of view (110 °)
▪ Hazard distance guide
▪ User-friendly menu navigation
▪ Ideal for car, caravan and trailer
▪ Easy, low-key installation
▪ The perfect visual maneuvering and
park assistance
▪ Contents: monitor, monitor bracket, 12 V
car adapter, transmitter, camera and
mounting materials
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2.2.6 Only install the backup camera system in a
safe environment! Keep clothing, hair, limbs and
the backup camera system away from moving
and hot engine- and car parts!
2.2.3 Always follow safety instructions if the
vehicle is on jacks or a car lift or the like!
2.2.2 Do not run or start the vehicle while
installing the backup camera system!
2.2.1 Before installing the backup camera system
and before each functionality test of the
backup camera system, secure the vehicle to
prevent it from rolling away. Attention – risk of
injury and property damage! Always en-
gage the hand brake and shift into gear!
Automatic transmissions must be put into
Park and the hand brake engaged!
2.2 Safety instructions for backup
camera installation
2.1.23 After using a car wash, the camera‘s
detection range may change due to mechanical
effects. Be sure to check for this and readjust the
camera if necessary.
2.1.22 Bright light hitting the camera lens
directly may result in objects being overexposed
and not being displayed clearly.
2.1.21 Extreme high or low temperatures or ra-
pid temperature changes may cause the camera
to not function properly or cause the monitor to
not show objects correctly.
2.1.20 The backup camera system may interfere
with other cordless equipment (e.g. mobile pho-
nes, Bluetooth equipment) during use or receive
interference. Thus, do not use such equipment
near the backup camera system or this system
near other wireless equipment.
2.1.19 Be sure all plugs and power cables are
dry. Never power on the equipment with moist or
wet hands!
2.1.18 The camera is protected against rain but
not waterproof! Do not immerse camera in water
or other liquids!
2.1.17 Never allow liquids to enter the monitor!
Never immerse the monitor in liquids! Only
operate the monitor dry.
2.1.16 Powering the backup camera system
requires an input voltage of 12 V / DC. Always
disconnect the monitor from the power source by
unplugging the 12 V plug when not in use. Never
pull on the connector cable to disconnect!
2.1.15 Do not use the cable to carry or pull on
the camera or transmitter.
2.1.14 Be sure there is ample clearance around
the monitor and transmitter to ensure adequate air
circulation during use. Do not cover the monitor
or transmitter with objects!
2.1.13 Do not use other cables or accessories.
Do not extend the cables.
2.1.12 Do not operate the backup camera system
after it has been dropped or otherwise damaged.
Take to a qualified electrician for inspection or
repair!
2.1.11 The backup camera system may not be
modified (altered).
2.1.10 All repairs to the backup camera system
must be performed by a qualified electrician /
qualified specialist.
2.2.4 Caution! Risk of electrical
voltage near the spark coils, distributor
cap, ignition cables, spark plugs and
electrical components inside the vehicle!
2.2.5 Follow the automaker‘s safety instructions
and manual!
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Images and actual product may vary slightly.
Subject to change for the purpose of technical
advances. Accessories not included.
Immediately after unpacking check all parts for
damage and verify all parts are present!
Do not use the backup camera system if
damaged, incorrect on-screen display or if the
instructions for use are missing!
1 LCD - Monitor 3.5" (8.9 cm)
1 Monitor arm with suction cup base
1 Monitor cable with 12 V plug
1 Camera with connector cable
2 Camera mounting brackets
1 Radio transmitter
1 Connector cable for transmitter
4 Cable ties
2 Clamped cable connections
2 Thread screws
2 Locking nuts
1 Plastic ring
1 Instructions for use
3.1 Contents
3.0 PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION
2.2.17 Run the cables so as not to cause tripping
hazards and the cables cannot be damaged by
e.g. objects with sharp edges! Do not run cables
across hot surfaces!
2.2.16 Do not wear metal body jewelry when
installing the backup camera system. Doing so
could result in a short circuit and burns!
2.2.15 When removing dirt or ice and snow from
the camera lens be extremely careful so as not to
scratch it.
2.2.14 If you are unsure how to install the back-
up camera system consult a qualified specialist or
have the system installed by a qualified specialist.
2.2.13 Even if the fuse inside the 12 V plug is
tripped, backup camera system‘s camera and
wireless transmitter will remain ready for use.
2.2.12 Improper installation of the backup came-
ra system may damage the vehicle‘s electrical
equipment. This could result in an accident or fire.
Caution! Risk of property damage and
personal injury!
2.2.11 Be sure the ignition and all vehicle
loads are powered off before starting with
installation of the backup camera system!
2.2.10 If operation system malfunctions and
damage to the backup camera system occurs
during operation, immediately disconnect the
equipment from the 12 V vehicle power supply!
2.2.9 When installing the backup camera system
always be sure the safety and functionality of
other systems and equipment in the vehicle is not
impaired! Please follow the instructions of the
automaker‘s manual.
2.2.8 Risk of short circuits! Verify the correct
polarity when connecting the camera cable to the
vehicle power. Refer to the manual for notices
and the automaker‘s wiring diagram.
2.2.7 During installation be sure cables are se-
curely and tightly mounted. Do not mount these
to conductive materials. If cables are run through
walls with sharp edges (metal sheets, etc.) use
ductwork or conduit to prevent cable damage.
Protect cables from damage, do not bend.
Immediately replace damaged cables!
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Step 2: Hole for camera cable
Now look for an opening / drill hole near the li-
cense plate opening into the interior of the vehicle
to feed the connector cable plug of the camera
into the interior of the vehicle. For added visibility
and easy installation remove the interior trim near
the license plate. If the vehicle has no opening,
drill a hole using an 11 mm (diameter) drill bit in
the area covered by the license plate.
Caution: be sure there are no elec-
trical wires or other automotive parts
in the area where you will be drilling
which could be damaged!
To protect the borehole in the metal panel from
corrosion the metal edges should be coated with
a suitable paint coating (e.g. automaker‘s touch-
up pen) and allow to dry adequately.
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Step 1: Remove license plate
First remove the rear license plate and, if appli-
cable, also the license plate frame (see image 2).
Caution! Due to differences in technical and
design-related vehicle types, these instructions for
use do not apply to all vehicle models.
4.1 Installing the backup camera
system
4.0 INSTALLATION /
OPERATION
Camera with 7 infrared LEDs and connec-
tion cable with plug for connecting to the
transmitter
Monitor cable with 12 V plug for con-
necting to the cigarette lighter, with 1A
(ampere) fuse
LCD monitor 3.5" (8.9 cm)
Cable ties for securing the transmitting
equipment
Thread screws for attaching the camera to
the mounting bracket
Clamping nuts for securing the thread
screws
Clamped connections for connecting to
reversing light wires
Plastic ring as edge protector for the cable
feed boreholes
Brackets for mounting the camera
Monitor arm with suction cup base for
securing the monitor to the windshield
Radio transmitter with connector cable and
socket to the camera, including connector
cable with a red and black cable for
connecting to the reversing light und affixed
adhesive strip for attaching the transmitter.
3.2 Product overview
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Step 6: Running the camera cable
Now run the camera cable to establish a con-
nection with the cable of the radio transmitter
in the vehicle‘s interior / cavity. Be sure the cables
aren‘t pinched or knotted. Now connect the plug
from the camera cable to the socket of the
radio transmitter .
The plastic ring may optionally be sealed with
conventional sealing compound on both sides to
prevent water from entering.
Step 4: Mounting the camera
Guide the plug for the camera cable through
the plastic ring and into the interior of the
vehicle or the trunk lid. Mount the camera to
the camera brackets evenly spaced from the
sides (see image 4). Mount using the two screws
and the two clamping nuts (see image 5).
Stop turning the clamping nuts when you feel
resistance and the camera is securely connected
to the bracket. Be sure the cable outlet at the back
of the camera always points upward to maintain
the maximum swivel range.
Step 3: Mounting the camera brackets
Mount the two camera brackets and, if appli-
cable, also the number plate frame. Be sure the
distance between the two brackets is no less
than 4 cm (see image 3). The camera may be
mounted above or below the license number.
Image 3 shows installation above the license
number.
Caution! The location of the camera brackets
may not impair the functionality of the license
number light! If it impairs the license number
light mount the camera on the opposite side.
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Step 5: Mounting the license number
Now mount the plate (see image 6).
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Image 3
Example: top
mounted camera
Minimum distance 4 cm
Then clip the plastic ring into the borehole
from the outside of the vehicle.
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Caution! If you are unfamiliar with the
I installation and the connections or are
unsure with one of these steps, please
consult a specialist regarding the installation!
There is a risk of property damage or personal
injuries!
Using the second cable clamp connect the
vehicle‘s 12 V - (negative) reversing light cable
with the black transmitter cable as shown in
images 8 - 11. Then reconnect the negative cable
to the vehicle‘s battery.
Close the cable clamp
fuse cover.
Using a pair of pliers
(not included) push the
protruding metal contact
into the cable clamp .
This will connect the two
cables.
Place the red transmitter
cable sideways into the
clamp connector (see
image 9).
Place the 12 V +
(positive) reversing light
cable sideways into the
clamp connector (see
image 8).
Using the two cable clamps connect the cables
to the reversing light and follow the following
steps for connecting the respective cables.
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Transmitter
Earth
Black
12 V supply cable
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Camera cable
Camera
Reversing
light
Cable
clamp
Red
+ 12 V DC reversing light
Step 7: Connecting the transmitter supply
cable
Remove the cover of the reversing light. Remove
the bulb holder from the reversing light housing.
Find the vehicle supply cables to the reversing
light. Please refer to the automaker‘s manual.
Caution! Disconnect the negative cable from the
vehicle‘s battery before working on the vehicle‘s
electric circuit! Stored information, codes and pro-
gramming may be lost!
Now connect the vehicle‘s 12 V + (positive)
power supply to the reversing light to the red
transmitter cable. Then connect the vehicle‘s
12 V - (negative) earth cable for the reversing
light with the black transmitter cable (see
image 7).
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Caution! The location of the monitor
may not impair the visibility of the
driver! Further, do not impair the func-
tionality and operation of equipment, control units
and systems inside the vehicle. Follow applicable
laws and safety regulations for vehicles!
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Monitor locking
lever
Monitor
swivels
Locking screw
Locking
lever
▪ Insert the square monitor socket on the monitor
arm into the designated notch at the back
of the monitor. Now slide the monitor bracket
upward until it catches (see image 12).
▪ Open the locknut and adjust the monitor to the
desired viewing angle. Now tighten the locknut
to secure the monitor.
▪ Clean the area of the windshield where you
would like to attach the suction cup base. Now
press the suction cup base onto the windshield
and move the locking lever toward the suction
cup base.
▪ Now plug the monitor cable into the vehi-
cle's outlet (12 V). Place the monitor cable so
as not to impact or jeopardize the safety of the
vehicle and its passengers.
4.2 Installing the monitor
Step 8: Installing the transmitter
Remove the protective film from the adhesive strip
at the top of the transmitter and affix in a protec-
ted location behind the trunk trim. Also secure the
transmitter with two cable ties . Be sure there
are no electrical loads in the direct vicinity of the
transmitter to avoid impairing the transmission.
Now secure the camera and transmitter cables
run in the void of the trunk with cable ties . The
cables run may not interfere with the vehicle‘s
functionality!
Step 9:Check the transmitter power
supply cable
First engage the hand brake and be sure the ve-
hicle is not shifted into gear. Vehicles with auto-
matic transmission must be in ”P“ for parking
lock. Turn the ignition to II but do not start the
engine! Push the button ( ) to power on the
monitor. If the transmitter correctly connected, a
signal will now be transmitted to the monitor
when putting the car into reverse and the monitor
displays the camera‘s viewing range.
If no image is displayed on the monitor you may
further check the camera power supply with the
hand brake engaged (or vehicle in ”P“ for park-
ing lock on vehicles with automatic trans-mission),
ignition turned (II) and the vehicle in reverse with
a simple test. Do not start the engine! Completely
cover the camera with both palms cupped to
darken the camera surroundings and activate the
night vision sensor. Leave a slight opening be-
tween your thumbs and look into your palms. If
the camera is active, all 7 LEDs around the
camera will light up red. If the LEDs do not light
up check the camera‘s cable and terminal
connections. Also see item 4.7 on page 26.
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▪ First engage the hand brake and be sure the
vehicle is not in gear. On vehicles with auto-
matic transmission put the car into “P“ for
parking lock. Turn the ignition to II, do not start
the engine!
▪ Plug in the monitor by plugging the monitor
cable into the 12 V vehicle outlet. Press the
button to power on the monitor. The sym-
bol ( ) on the button must light up blue.
▪ Now put the vehicle into reverse. The trans-
mitted camera image will now be displayed
on the monitor.
▪ Use the buttons ( + ) and ( - ) to
increase, decrease or advance the following
menu items:
Brightness: adjusts the monitor brightness
Contrast: adjusts the monitor contrast
Color: adjusts the monitor's color intensity
Direction: adjusts the monitor display. Adjust
image upside down and left / right
Guidelines: can be activated or deactivated
Language: set language to English / German
Exit: leave menu mode
▪ In "Exit" mode press a ( + ) or( - )
button to leave the menu mode.
▪ Push the On / Off key so the symbol ( )
on the key lights up blue.
▪ Press the (M) button to access menu mode
The display will now show the menu settings for
approx. 7 seconds. The respective adjustment
mode will be displayed in yellow font.
▪ Each time the button (M) is pressed again the
menu will advance to the next level of settings.
Guidelines On / Off
Direction
Colour
Contrast
Brightness
Language English / German
Exit
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▪ Unscrew the retaining screw.
▪ Remove the contact cap, spring and the
1 A (Ampere) fuse.
▪ Assemble all parts and the new 1 A fuse in the
order shown and tighten the retaining screw.
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Contact cap
Spring 12 V plug
Vehicle connector
Fuse 1 A (Ampere)
Retaining screw
4.6 Replacing fuses
4.5 Testing the backup camera system
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4.4 Monitor menu settings
Power on the monitor before using the backup
camera and off after use.
On / Off button, lights up blue when
the monitor is powered on
Menu button for selecting the respective
adjustment mode
Forward / increase button
Back / decrease button
Guides (distance guides) on the display
to assist with reversing
Display image
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4.3 Monitor operation
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The vehicle ignition and the
monitor are switched on and the
car is in reverse but the display
remains dark. The blue LED
doesn‘t light up.
The 12 V monitor cable plug
is not plugged into the vehicle‘s
cigarette lighter or a 12 V outlet.
Plug the 12 V monitor cable
plug into the cigarette lighter
or a 12 V vehicle outlet.
Replace the defective fuse inside
the 12 V monitor cable plug with
a new fuse (see item 4.6).
The fuse inside the 12 V monitor
cable plug is burnt out and must
be replaced.
Replace the defective fuse for the
cigarette lighter or the 12 V out-
let inside the vehicle‘s fuse box.
The fuse for the vehicle‘s ciga-
rette lighter or the 12 V outlet is
burnt out and must be replaced.
The ignition is switched on, the
car in reverse, but the monitor
display is blank.
There is no connection between
the camera and the monitor.
The camera cables may not be
correctly connected or have
loosened.
Check if the camera connection
cable is correctly and securely
connected to the reversing light
cable.
The image on the monitor shows
interference.
Other wireless appliances (e.g. mo-
bile phone) are interfering with the
signal between monitor and camera.
Switch off all other wireless
appliances (e.g. mobile phone).
The wireless connection between
monitor and camera is too weak,
thus interfering with data trans-
mission.
Position the transmitter closer to
the monitor or adjust the position
of the monitor.
The monitor image is not dis-
played clearly.
The camera lens may be dirty. Carefully clean the camera lens.
Bright light is hitting the camera
lens.
The image quality will improve
once you move out of the area of
the interfering light.
Solutions, repair
Possible causes
Error / malfunction
4.7 Troubleshooting
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Device designation: backup camera system
RV 3.5
Item number: 97152
Service and operating -10 C to + 50 C
temperature: (Celsius)
Backup speed: max. 3 km/h
(kilometers per hour)
Transmission range: max. 10 m (meters)
Monitor:
Diagonal screen size: 3.5 " / 8.9 cm
Resolution: 320 x 240 pixel
Dimensions: approx. 100 x 75 x 22
mm ( l x w x h mm )
Technology: LCD color display
Power supply: 12 V (Volt) direct current
Fuse: 1 A (Ampere)
Fuse type: T1AL250V
Camera:
Resolution: 640 x 480 pixel
Night vision: 7 infrared LEDs
View angle: 110
Color sensor: 1/4 " color CMOS
Exposure automatic
compensation:
White fader: automatic
Camera tilt: variable adjustment
angle to approx. 30
Power supply: 12 V (Volt) direct current
IP Class (protection IP68, waterproof
type):
Transmitter
Transmission: 2.4 GHz (Gigahertz;
cycles per second)
Range: max. 10 m (meter)
Power supply: 12 V (Volt) direct current
This equipment complies
with EC directives
▪ R&TTE Directive
1999/5/EC
▪ Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC)
Directive (2004/
108/EC)
6.0 TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
5.1.5 If the camera joint loosens over time you
may readjust it. There are 4 screws at the back of
the camera inside the camera bracket. Slightly
tighten these screws to secure the swiveling
camera. This requires the camera to be dis-
mantled.
5.1.4 Do not store the backup camera system
under extreme temperature fluctuations! Conden-
sation generated under these conditions could
damage the electronics!
5.1.2 Clean the backup camera system with a
dry cloth. Do not use liquids or harsh cleaners as
these may cause discoloration and damage to the
surface of the equipment and the backup camera
system may be damaged! Do not allow liquids to
enter the equipment! Never immerse the equip-
ment in liquids! Only operate the backup camera
system when dry.
5.1.1 Caution! Power off the monitor and un-
plug the vehicle‘s 12 V power supply before
cleaning the monitor.
5.1 Cleaning, maintenance and
storage
5.0 MAINTENANCE
AND CARE
5.1.3 Always keep / store the backup camera
system in a dry environment! Moisture may
damage the electronics of the backup camera
system! °
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Please contact the point of sale or qualified
specialists for damage, repairs or other issues
with the product.
The general warranty terms apply to defects in
production and materials. Please return defective
products to the point of sale.
For speedy processing of your warranty claim
you will also need:
▪ Copy of the receipt showing the purchase date.
▪ Reason for the claim (description of defect).
8.0 WARRANTY AND
SERVICE
7.1.2 Follow the applicable waste management
laws when disposing of packaging.
7.1.1 Any disposal and recycling of
the backup camera system must comply
with legal provisions. Please contact
your municipality or a waste management compa-
ny for information. Dispose of the backup camera
system according to the EC Directive on waste
electrical and electronic equipment 2002/96/EC
(WEEE).
7.0 DISPOSAL
GB 27
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