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iBEAM Vehicle Safety Systems® Introduces a New Tailgate Handle Camera for Older Model Ford F-150 and Super Duty Trucks

Holly Hill, FL – July 25, 2019 – Metra Electronics®, the leading manufacturer of aftermarket automotive solutions, is excited to announce that iBEAM Vehicle Safety Systems has released a new Tailgate Handle Camera for Ford F-150 (1997-2005) and Super Duty (1999-2007) trucks.
This unobtrusive rearview backup camera with a CMOS ¼” sensor provides a sharp, clear picture during the day or night with 0.1 lux night vision. With a wide field of view and defeatable parking lines, it allows the driver to maneuver their larger vehicle with confidence when backing up. The TE-FDFTG is in stock now and iBEAM is one of the few companies to offer a tailgate handle camera for these models.
TE-FDFTG Product Specifications
  • Replaces OEM handle
  • CMOS ¼” sensor
  • Resolution: 400 TV lines
  • Field of view: Diagonal 168 degrees, Horizontal 136 degrees, Vertical 100 degrees
  • 0.1 lux
  • IP69 rated
  • Defeatable parking lines
  • 26ft. extension cable included
  • 3-year warranty
Visit iBEAMusa.com for up-to-date, vehicle specific information.
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