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iBEAM Vehicle Safety Systems to Debut New High-Tech Products at the 2018 SEMA Show

HOLLY HILL, FL (10.16.2018) – iBEAM by Metra Electronics is introducing new vehicle safety products at the 2018 SEMA Show, designed to improve driver visibility, add convenience and install easily. Vehicle-specific solutions include factory-style third brake light cameras for Ram, Nissan and Ford commercial vans and a wide range of factory-style tailgate handle backup cameras. New universal products include a dual-lens dash cam and DVR and large replacement mirror monitor. iBEAM’s recently introduced micro-cameras, power lift gates and high-tech touchscreen mirror monitor kit will also be on display at the show.

High-Resolution Third Brake Light and License Plate Commercial Van Cameras:
The TE-3BNV2 and TE-3BDP2 cameras use the factory brake light and expand it to add the camera, allowing for a clean install keeping the OEM style, but with the added safety and security of a reverse camera. iBEAM’s TE-FDPL is a replacement license plate light camera which also maintains the OEM look and feel. Each camera offers a CMOS ¼ sensor, 580 TV line resolution, selectable parking lines and a 170 degree viewing angle. Available soon.

Product Specifications
● CMOS ¼ sensor
● Resolution: 580 TV lines
● Viewing angle: 170 degrees diagonal
● Selectable parking lines
● IP67
● 23’ of extension cable

TE-3BNV2 – Nissan NV200 2010-Up* Commercial Brake Light Camera
● Extends the third brake light to allow camera addition
● 0.1 Lux
TE-3BDP2 – Ram Pro-master Van 2014 to 2017 Commercial Brake Light Camera
● Extends out the third brake light to allow camera addition
● 0.1 Lux

TE-FDPL – Ford Transit 2010 to 2016 License Plate Light Camera
● Replaces one of the license plate light covers to accommodate a camera
● 0.5 Lux

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