Wired reversing camera
A standard reversing camera is wired. In other words, it is installed by laying the wires from the back in front of the car, on a monitor or on-screen player that can process the video signal and draw the necessary control lines for electricity. We can install a reversing camera in our own plant with years of experience for several hundred cars.
Wireless basic camera
The wireless camera wirelessly sends the video signal to the front of the car on the screen. However, even a wireless camera needs electricity, so installation in itself is not much simpler. The wireless camera is only recommended for heavier vehicles where it may not be possible to run cables from the camera.
That is, more commonly known as a "dash cam," is a camera mounted on the windshield (or rear window) of a car that usually records the traffic situation that is constantly visible in front (or behind), for example, recording the previous two hours of driving. Cameras often also have location information, such as location and speed plotted on video, so they can be used, for example, for insurance-related events.