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CRUX Intros Blindspot Cams For Tacoma And Wrangler

RESEDA, CA – CRUX Interfacing Solutions announced today that it is now shipping new blind spot, multi-camera systems for the 2016 and up Toyota Tacoma and the 2007–2017 Jeep Wrangler.

The RFM-TYT offers OEM fit, no drill and zero modification side camera mounts for the third generation 2016+ Toyota Tacoma. These cameras allow the driver to see into the full blind zone as the driver can adjust the camera for the perfect viewing angle, said  CRUX’s Rich Dsclafani.

The RFM interfaces for both systems are specifically designed to integrate with the OEM infotainment systems and are 100 percent  Plug n’ Play ready, he said.

RFM – BLIND SPOT & MULTI CAMERA SYSTEM– RFM LINE WEB LINK

 RFM – TYT PRODUCT VIDEO —  TACOMA VIDEO

 RFM – WR1 PRODUCT VIDEO– WRANGLER VIDEO

 

RFM – CAMERAS–

BLIND SPOT CAMERAS

WIRELESS CAMERA 

FRONT CAMERA

 

 RFM-TYT 2016-2018 TACOMA:

  

  • Includes 2 OEM Fit side camera mirror mounts W/CAMERAS
  • Backup Camera Input
  • 5 Camera/Video Inputs
  • 1 audio/video input
  • 3 Camera Power Outputs (12V+/1 AMP)
  • Uses the steering wheel controls buttons to toggle between the sources
  • Turn signals automatically triggers the corresponding side camera.
  • Camera/Video Inputs toggled by using the by using the SWC button
  • Video In Motion for A/V Input
  • Manufactured in Germany

 

RFM-WR1 2007-2017 WRANGLER:

  • Includes 2 fender mount side cameras (NO DRILL MOUNT)
  • Backup Camera Input (NO DEALER PROGRAMMING REQUIERED)
  • 6 Camera/Video Inputs
  • 1 Audio/Video Input
  • 1 Audio/Video Output
  • 4 Camera Power Outputs (12V+/1 AMP)
  • Uses the steering wheel controls buttons to toggle between the sources
  • Turn signals automatically triggers the corresponding side camera.
  • Camera/Video Inputs toggled by using the by using the SWC button
  • Video In Motion
  • Manufactured in Germany
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