Reversing Camera for your Fleet and Caravan Reversing Camera

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Reversing Camera Systems for Your Fleet

Whether you're a Corporate entity, small to medium size business, Community Organisation or Government Department, require one or one hundred rear vision 
kits, we specialise in providing a solution for your vehicle Fleet. We specialise in advice and supply on all aspects of reversing camera kits for your Fleet, whether 
it's light to heavy vehicle suitability, installations and requirements.

 DIG Options offers competitive tender pricing for small to medium business, Corporate, Community Organisations and Government Fleet.
Realistic advice and suitability on Fleet Customer requirements.
Commitment to Professionalism, Reliability and Quality Customer Service.
Our focus is on providing the best possible outcome for you, the customer.

 
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Caravan Reversing Cameras

Did you know  DIG Options are the specialists in manufacturing and supply of a wide range of reversing camera kits for Caravans, Motor homes and RVs. Do not hesitate to contact us today to discuss the best rear view camera set up for your needs and budget.
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Truck Caravan Car Reversing Camera Monitor Kits to reduce blind spots

We all know about blind spots—those dangerous areas around the car that you hope that no one is cruising in because it's impossible to see them at all. One of the first things we all learn about in driving school is the blind spot. We all know, too, that the bigger the vehicle, the larger the blind spot. That's why so many trucks and buses have that sticker behind them warning drivers to be careful when overtaking.

With Christmas just around the corner, a lot of us are loading up our caravans and getting ready to roadtrip across Australia. Caravans, like trucks and buses, have a huge blind spot. A question that we've been getting frequently has been whether or not we have anything to allow for drivers to keep an eye on what's behind them.
 
The good news is, we do. At DIG Options we sell various monitor+camera kits  to allow complete peace of mind in knowing exactly what’s behind you. All of our kits can be connected to up to two cameras for simultaneous use.

For truckies and those with caravans, our 7" monitor kits are fairly popular. Now, you may be wondering why so many of our customers like them.

Well, firstly, size matters. It's hard not to love the big, high definition screen which provides a huge, crystal-clear rearview image.

Additionally, the camera that comes with the 7" kit is tougher than any of our other cameras. It’s heavy duty, waterproof, and can stand up to tough environmental conditions, which is perfect for bush or interstate travelers. The camera has infrared lights for night vision and can run continuously for as long as you like, so you’ll never lose sight of what’s behind you. On the slightly more technical side, the camera comes with a 4PIN cable, meaning that the monitor and camera can be hooked up to the same power source. The 7" monitor kits come with either one 20m cable or two 10m cables, which is popular amongst those who need to be able to constantly disconnect and reconnect trucks from trailers (or caravans from cars).

Understandably, some drivers have a lot of dashboard clutter. For some, the dashboard is the home of a street directory, GPS, mobile phone cradle, bobblehead action figure… they need a screen that's more petite. Still for truckies and caravan drivers is our smaller 3.5" screen with a CCD camera.

Like the 7" kit, the camera is heavy duty, waterproof, has infrared lights and can run 24/7. The main difference in this kit is the screen size and camera cables. Unlike the 7" kit’s 4PIN cables, the 3.5" monitor kit comes with RCA cables, which means that both camera and monitor will need to be powered up separately. It also only comes with one 10m cable, but additional cables can be bought for a slight additional cost.

Our last option is one we often recommend to those drivers who have a normal, standard-sized car, but would like just one little extra bit of security when reversing into their driveways.

Thinking of getting a kit? Great! If you're wanting to get a kit for a specific setup but would like just that little bit of extra assurance that you're getting the right one, just feel free to email (http://www.ebay.com.au/usr/digoptions_worldwide) or call us (03 8609 9267).
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