• Ray
    434
    In the video, I demo a new wireless camera system offering from Haloview. The RD7 Range Dominator kit is designed for extra-long vehicles such as a large motorhome, fifth wheel, or travel trailer or a semi-truck.



    It comes with 12 meters (39.37 feet) of cable and a transmitter to be installed between the camera and display to boost the signal range.

    For this demo, I hook it up on the roof of my fifth wheel and give you a look at the picture quality and range. I also go through the contents of the kit and show the on-screen settings and recording capability.

    Overall I give the RD7 kit a thumbs up. In my testing, It performs even better than the MC7108 model that I used for last year's 6-month trip. See my Haloview MC7108 system review - https://www.loveyourrv.com/haloview-wireless-rv-backup-camera-review/

    *Special Giveaway* Anyone with an extra-long rig can send me an email at within the next 7 days, and I'll enter you in a free drawing. Once a winner is chosen at random, I'll ship it out. Hopefully, the recipient can install the system and report back how it performs.

    Previous Haloview Rear View Camera Review/Demos Video Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLp14lzXh07ulZJWpYajBv5hvizapE10fl
  • RVsolar
    181
    Very nice
  • Doug Schneider
    18
    Thanks for the review. Can this be wireless as well?
  • Ray
    434
    It is wireless from trailer to the truck. Basically it's taking the transmitter/antenna out of the camera where it normally is located and moving it up to 12 meters forward so the reception in the tow vehicle is better for long rigs.
  • Doug Schneider
    18
    Perfect. That works similar to my TPMS. I have an extender on my pin box the transmits the signal to the cab. I did an install review on my website.
  • Angel
    2
    Ray have you run across a back up camera set up that also transmits to a phone app?
  • Ray
    434
    Not personally but I know they are out there. They usually are going to use WiFi or Bluetooth. I just wonder if there would be too much delay when using it as a rearview.
  • Angel
    2
    I think I would still mount a display in the front to use as a "rearview mirror" but then wanted to use my phone from the interior of the RV at night if I heard a bump in the night and wanted to see what is going on out there!
  • GeekyGuy
    5
    Angel... Consider a baby monitor. Inexpensive these days.

    Anything with a phone would require either Wi-Fi and a router. Bluetooth does not work well for video...
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