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Voyager 4 Camera Switch Box

Product #: CSW5007Q
The CSW5007Q Quad Switcher allows you to view four rear/side view camera images on your Voyager Rear View LCD Monitor at the same time. This camera switch box is also compatible with non-Voyager LCD Monitors that have a RCA composite video input.
Price: $479.99
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Voyager 4 Camera Switch Box

Voyager 4 Camera Switch Box

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Features for the Voyager 4 Camera Switch Box

- Screen Capabilities: Single-Screen, Split-Screen, Tri-View, & Quad-View
- Four camera inputs
- 1 Composite A/V Input (RCA, mono audio)
- 1 Composite A/V Output (RCA)
- 4 Voyager Camera Adapter Cables included
- External trigger inputs for auto-mode function
- Scan mode with adjustable delay time
- IR Remote Control included
- Compatible with all Voyager LCD Monitors (1126810 adapter required)
- Compatible with non-Voyager LCD Monitors that have a RCA composite video input
- Overall Dimensions 6.1"W x 1.1" H x 4.2" D

Specifications for the Voyager 4 Camera Switch Box

SKU
CSW5007Q
Weight (Lbs)
2.3

Manuals & Guides for the Voyager 4 Camera Switch Box

Testing

Our hands on Engineering Research and Development team builds quality into our JENSEN & Voyager products from the beginning by expertly designing each product from the ground up and validating all designs through extensive testing that is primarily conducted in our own on-site test lab. Therefore, JENSEN Audio & Video products and Voyager Camera Systems offer MORE durability and performance than you would expect from standard electronics.

Reviews for the Voyager 4 Camera Switch Box

Customer Reviews

  1. Voyager 4 Camera Switch Box
    Review by Bob on 6/11/2015
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    I bought this in 2011 when I got my new truck (which had a camera in the tail gate) and 5th wheel. I unhooked the rear camera from behind the licence plate, bought a new camera for the rear of the truck and mounted it on the body just over the rear bumper so now I have a camera no matter which tail gate I have on the truck. I also put a camera on the rear of the 5th wheel with a microphone in it, and one on each side of the front of the RV looking to the rear(4 Total). They are all connected to my Nav radio and I have the Voyager switch box to control which camera or how many to show on my screen. I Have the reverse hooked up to the rear one, but I can turn anyone of the 4 off or on at anytime. I can send more info if needed, I did have to buy a new set of connectors to match up to the GM ones behind the bumper for the trucks rear camera I mounted on the body over the bumper.
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Product FAQs

  1. Can I view my rear camera while driving down the road or is it only visible while in reverse?
    Yes, you can view the camera when you are not in Reverse by operating in manual mode. See monitor's manual for instructions.
  2. I have a color LCD monitor, but my image is in black & white. Why?

    Most likely, the camera is a black and white model. Check the model of the camera to confirm capabilities.

  3. Do I need to connect the "Trigger" wires if I don't need the cameras to turn on with my turn-signals or back-up lights?
    No, you do not need to connect the Trigger wires in this case. In doing so, your monitor will always be in manual mode.
  4. The radio has four speaker outputs, but I only have two speakers. Can I combine or "bridge" the four outputs into two for more power?

    It is not recommended to combine or "bridge" the outputs as damage will occur. Use only the Front or Rear pair and insulate the unused wires to prevent a short. Use of an external power amplifier is recommended for applications requiring more power.

  5. When I insert a CD/DVD, it won't play and/or ejects immediately. What is wrong?

    The shipping screw is most likely still installed. Inspect the area over the dsc drive and remove the transport screw if found.

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