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RYDEEN MOBILE NOW SHIPPING NEW PRODUCTS

Torrance, Calif. – February 16, 2018: Rydeen Mobile Electronics introduced 15 new products at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. Many of these new models are now shipping.

One of the most exciting products was the new “Black Diamond” CM-HD3 camera in full HD resolution with extended night vision sensitivity. In addition, three other new cameras are also now shipping, including the new lower priced CM-MM2 (MINy ME2) and CM-MINy2 (MINy2) cube cameras.

The CM-MM2 (MINy ME2) camera is the smallest of Rydeen camera series with cubic mm size of .254 which is 67% in volume reduction to the original MINy ME, providing non-parking lines. It is best suited for everyday installation conditions as well as the multimedia aftermarket monitors that already come with parking lines.

The CM-MINy2 (MINy2) camera is an entry level camera, with mirror/standard image switching and parking lines ON/OFF features. “With the new lower pricing, Rydeen can boost camera sales and increase our market share of on cameras,” said Mike Northup, director of sales marketing for Rydeen.  

The new JB01 Jeep Wrangler spare tire camera mounting bracket is also shipping.

In the mirror department, Rydeen is shipping the all-new SV747HD SuperView HD digital mirror with a 7.4” wide view monitor, which includes all new Super HD “Black Diamond” high resolution digital camera. The Super HD Camera included is optimized for the SV747HD, which shows no distortion and multiple display modes with split screens. This mirror comes with inputs for optional side cameras that can be switched on and off via the turn signals.

In the ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Safety) category, Rydeen is now shipping the new BSS1 LPB Microwave / Radar Sensor Blind Spot Safety System. It’s best suited for trucks and passenger vehicles. Utilizing a license plate location (center of a vehicle), with the microwave/radar high-precision sensing technologies, it provides ease of installation without having to remove the bumper. The built-in sensors have preset angles for accurate detection. This new system allows installation of Radar sensors on vehicles with a metal bumper, such as pickup trucks.

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