TR-QJ001 , 360 Degree Bird View Parking System for Trucks and
Buses, Alloy Camera with IP67
Model: TR-QJ001 Universal for trucks and buses
Certificate: E-mark certificate
360° All Rround View Truck Monitor system is a system, which
collects images around the car by 4 extra wide angle cameras at
front, rear, left and right side to form a 360°bird-view image by
image software tool and splicing technology, and then sends the
images to the SZM display equipment.
With this system, drivers can visually know the car's position and
the surrounding objects, and control parking the car easily, or
reduce traffic accidents as scratch, crash, or sinking.
|Camera||Image Sensor|| ||PC1099|
|Horizontal Resolution||TV Lines||580|
|Video Format|| ||PAL / NTSC|
|Auto Electronic Exposure||sec||Electronic Rolling Shutter|
|Host||Supply Voltage||V DC||12V(8~30V)|
(1) The host can be placed anywhere in the car, but due to the
video file is stored in the SD card which is in the host, so it is
highly recommended that customers put the host under the chair or
under steering wheel in order to take the card conveniently.
(2) The host should be fixed somewhere in case of influencing the
conserved files when shocking.
(1) The front and back cameras should be installed in the center of
the bus and keeo their height the same as shown the following
(2) The right and left cameras should be installed between 1/3 and
1/2 of the bus from its head and keep their height the same as
3) Four cameras should be installed between the height of 2m to 3m
of the truck.
Adjust the Angle of Camera
After connecting, turn on the main box and insert U disk---click
"ok" key of the remote control ----enter "Calibr"----password of
Check the angle of the camera whether to meet the following
As for the front&rear camera,
1. The car body should be seen below in the fish-eye view
image.(The image must be Parallel to the green line)
2,The front/rear car bumper should be shown up within the one third
area of the fish-eye view image, and meanwhile it forms an included
angle ranged of 45°—75° with the vertical plane of the car body.