BW7 Q&A

Are you considering investing in the BW7 backup camera system for your pre-wired RV but have some questions? Look no further! Here are some common FAQs to help you make an informed decision.

What is the BW7 backup camera system?

The BW7 backup camera system is designed specifically to be compatible with Furrion pre-wired setups commonly found in RVs, trucks, and trailers. It provides a clear and reliable view of what's behind your vehicle, making parking and reversing easier and safer. 

Does the BW7 monitor work with the Furrion camera system or not?

The BW7 backup camera system is compatible with the Furrion mount and the Furrion prewire plugs, but is not compatible with the Furrion camera.

Can the BW7 camera angle be adjusted?

Yes, the lens is adjustabe up and down. You can see it in the video below:

What is the lowest voltage input allowable for the BW7?

The BW7 has a minimum voltage input requirement of 12V. This means that any voltage input below 12V may not provide enough power for the device to function correctly. It is important to adhere to this minimum requirement to avoid potential issues with the BW7.

Is the BW7 backup camera system easy to install?

Yes, the BW7 backup camera system is designed for easy installation.
If you have a pre-wired RV or travel trailer with a Furrion bracket and power plug, you can simply remove the camera cover that came on the vehicle and this screws into the same holes. The connector on the BW7 camera plugs right into the prewired jack. It came with a rubber base to seal out water.
Even if your vehicle doesn't have a pre-wired bracket, installation is easy, just install the camera and connect to the vehicle's power supply.

Can the BW7 backup camera system withstand harsh weather conditions?

Absolutely! The IP69K rating indicates that the camera system is resistant to water and dust. This level of waterproofing is essential for outdoor use, whether you're driving in rain, snow, or extreme heat, you can rely on the BW7 system to provide a clear view every time.

Is the system 100% wireless?

While the BW7 system is wireless in terms of signal transmission, it still requires a power connection, which is a wireless solution, but it does not mean there’s zero wiring, you still need to power up the wireless camera from your car lights power source.

How do you power the monitor if I don't have a cigarette lighter in the car?

The package comes with s DC power pigtails cable. It can be hard wire for power.
Hardwired method: The red wire is connected to the car ACC, and the black wire is connected to the ground wire.
(If your vehicle only has a Type-C or USB out, you can add a Type-C to DC Power cord or a USB to DC Power Cord for power.). 

Do I need a SD card?

This is optional. If you need to use the recording feature, you need a memory card to install and use it. If not,you do not need to use an SD card.  This system supports up to 128GB SD card. Consider your specific needs and usage habits to determine if investing in an SD card is the right choice for you.

 

Now that you have a better understanding of the BW7 RV backup camera system for pre-wired, you can make an informed decision about whether it's the right choice for your RV. Invest in safety and convenience with the BW7 system today!

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Is there an option to add additional cameras to the system and what are the model numbers?

Josh Padilla

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