QuickVu™ Digital Is Also a Great Trailer Camera
No Wires, No Fuses, No Hassle
We all know that a vehicle as large and cumbersome as a travel trailer or RV poses challenges for rear visibility. Whether backing up or changing lanes, knowing just what is behind you can be tough. And installing a rear view camera can be costly or just plain difficult. Your fuse box is already a challenge, and now you need to install one more device.
Fortunately, with QuickVu™ Digital, there are no wires to run or fuses to manage. The battery operated camera is completely separate from your vehicle’s power system, and the monitor simply plugs into the auxiliary power supply (cigarette lighter receptacle). Without a professional installer, you can have the system running in minutes.
Not Only for Reverse
Traditional backup cameras turn on when you put the vehicle in reverse and turn off when you take the vehicle out of reverse. This limits their usefulness when performing some maneuvers (parallel parking in a smaller vehicle, positioning a trailer, and so on), because you can’t see where you are until you shift back into reverse. With QuickVu™ Digital, you can have the camera on at any time, so you can see what you are doing throughout your task. (Note, QuickVu™ Digital should not be left on continuously due to the severe impact on battery life.)
And because you can turn on QuickVu™ Digital with the press of a button, you can even turn it on when driving down the highway, in case you need a better view of traffic behind you, such as when changing lanes in heavy traffic.