Multimedia-interface for the connection of one AV-source to the factory-navigation. With remote function for connected devices, rear-view camera-input, video-in-motion and trigger signals. For vehicles WITHOUT factory rear-view camera.
Only compatible with NTSC-cameras. Full plug&play.
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Audio - Video and reverse camera input interface for Skoda Columbus, RNS510, RNS810, Trinax without factory RVC.
The CI-C1-MFD3-PNP multimedia interface allows to connect one AV-source (after-market devices e.g. DVD player, DVB-T tuner) to the factory navigation system of the vehicle manufacturer. Very simple connection to the vehicle with the "Plug & Play" harness. If the AV-source is in the list of compatible devices, it is possible to control the AV-source by the factory infotainment. Additionally the connection of a rear-view camera is possible. Video-in-motion is included.
|Model||Radio / Navigation|
|Octavia 3 (A7)|
|Superb 3 (3V)|
|Factory TV tuner||Must NOT be installed|
|After-market rear-view camera||Only compatible with NTSC-cameras. |
Automatic switching to camera from OEM mode only works after coding the head-unit to rear-view camera per diagnosis computer or our optional available OBD-coder OBD-VW-R-xx (OPS, too)
|OPS||On vehicles with OPS (optical parking system) the OPS control box must be coded to rear-view camera per diagnosis computer if an after-market rear-view camera should be installed.|
|Operation voltage||10.5 – 14.8V|
|Stand-by power drain||<1mA|
|Operation power drain||240mA|
|Temperature range||-30°C to +80°C|
|Measurements||106 x 30 x 71 mm (W x H x D)|
|2 female RCA connector (Video In, R-Cam)||male 4pin Molex connector|
|male 12pin Molex connector|
Remember that in some states it is illegal to use the video in motion while driving!
The manufacturer of this item, and the administrator of this site will not be responsible for any damage to persons or property caused by improper use or in terms contrary to the laws.
|Skoda||Fabia NJ, Octavia A7|
|Category||Rear View Camera Interfaces, Video integration, Video in Motion|