OPV-iR-X-CAM reverse camera interface. LR2 is not - NAV-TV

OPV-iR-X-CAM reverse camera interface. LR2 is not - NAV-TV
OPV-ir-X-CAM 09/19/2011 Derek Schmiedl
100 NW 11th ST, Boca Raton, FL 33432
Tel. 1-866-477-3336 Fax. 1-561-955-9760
sales@nav-tv.com www.nav-tv.com
reverse camera interface. LR2 is not supported!
What’s in the box
Package Contents
1. Optical Audio Interface
2. Video-In-Motion/Camera Interface
3. T - Harness for In-Motion and Optical
4. 8 pin Molex to 18 pin mini Molex
5. (3) Female RCA with Molex
6. Optical Cable
7. (2) USB update cables
Dash Pictures 2010 up
Both the video and rear
view camera inputs are
located on the grey 6 pin
plug at the back of the
LCD monitor. Some vehicles
are prewired and some are
not. The provided RCA cables
will either need to be soldered
onto existing wires or inserted
into the empty slots
With the grey 6 pin connector
locking tab facing upwards,
the far right top and bottom
slots are for the video input.
The center top and bottom
slots are the RVC video input.
On both inputs the top is +
and the bottom is negative.
RVC+ ________
RVC- _____
Optical Cable Connections
Plug everything back in making sure that all optical leads are locked into place and that the
locks themselves are in place.
Installation instructions
Full-Size Range Rover: The installation of both the optical audio module and the video in motion/
camera module is performed at the tuner. The tuner is located on the passenger side of the vehicle
behind and underneath the glove box. In every case, the LCD monitor must be accessed as well to
populate the 6 pin grey connector with the RVC and Video inputs. Follow the instructions below for
vehicles with and without a factory DVD player.
1) Remove the passenger side running board and kick panel.
2) Remove the T-20 torx screws from the black plastic shield below the glovebox (if you were a
passenger sitting in the passenger seat your toes would be directly below this panel) remove the
panel and set aside.
3) Locate the tuner box located near the firewall held in by two 8 MM bolts. The box will be silver in
color and measures approximately 7” x 11” x 1”. Remove the two 8 MM bolts that secure the tuner
box to allow access to the wiring harnesses.
4) Unplug the power harness from the tuner and place the factory male connector into the supplied
female connector on the NAV-TV T-harness. Place the aftermarket male connector back into the
tuner. Insert the supplied 8 pin female molex to 18 pin male mini molex adapter into the 8 pin male
molex plug on the T-harness and then plug the 18 pin male connector into the video in motion/
camera module. NOTE: No wires on the 8 to 18 pin adapter harness will be used including the
RCA ends. No connections will be made to ANY of these wires or RCA ends.
5) Remove the factory MOST fiber optic cable from the tuner by pressing on the retaining clip and
pulling away from the tuner. Using the diagram in page 2, install the supplied fiber optic cable
into the loop wired in series to create two ends. Plug one end into the tuner and the other into the
supplied MOST fiber optic audio module.
6) Insert the 12 pin male connector from the T-harness into the MOST fiber optic audio module. Run
the audio from your external A/V source to the unlabeled white and red audio input RCAs on the
audio module ( RCA cables not supplied).
VEHICLES WITHOUT A FACTORY DVD PLAYER: On full-sized Range Rovers the LCD monitor DOES
NOT have to be removed. To access the back of the monitor use a soft pry tool to remove the vent
above the LCD screen on the top of the dash. Once the vent is removed you can access the 6 pin grey
plug at the back of the monitor. Follow the instructions on page two for the video input positions and
either populate the empty plugs with the included RCAs or solder onto the existing wires if the
positions are already populated. Run a video RCA cable (not provided) from your rear view camera and
aftermarket A/V source directly to the RCA inputs at the back of the monitor.
VEHICLES WITH A FACTORY DVD PLAYER: Access the 6 pin grey plug as described above and
insert the RVC RCA into the open slot or solder onto the existing wires (referrence page 2 if needed).
Run an RCA (not provided) from your RVC directly to this RCA on the back of the monitor. On vehicles
with a factory DVD player, the far right video input sections of the 6 pin grey plug will be populated.
In this case it is the direct video feed from the factory DVD player in the rear of the vehicle. The
MOST optical module has a built-in switching network to allow the existance of both a factory
DVD player and an external aftermarket A/V source. About 3” back of the grey plug, cut the factory
video cable in half. Solder a female RCA (supplied) onto the video cable positive and negative going towards
the 6 pin grey plug. Use the pin position diagram on page 2 for referrence. The supplied RCA cable will have
two ends, a red or white and a black. The red or white is the positive lead and the black is the negative lead.
If there are any questions you can use a multi-meter set on continuity and test for continuity between the center
pin (+) of the RCA and one of the corresponding bare wires. This is also the case if the shield (-) must be
This RCA will be your video input to the monitor. Run an RCA cable (not supplied) from the soldered RCA video
onto the vehicle side of the factory video wire you cut 3” from the grey 6 pin plug. Run an RCA (not supplied)
the tuner is located behind the factory radio and the LCD monitor must be accessed and removed during
installation. NOTE: The radio does NOT have to be removed during this installation, only the LCD screen.
1) Remove the trim containing the PTS button that runs over the top of the radio by prying with a soft pry
2) Remove the torx T-20 screws from the bottom section of the left and right vents (surrounding the LCD screen)
and remove them.
3) Remove the torx screws that secure the LCD monitor, unplug the cables and set the LCD monitor aside.
4) Remove the power harness from behind the radio by reaching into the cavity on top of the radio, applying
pressure to to harness retainment clip, and remove the harness.
5) Perform the optical connections at the LCD monitor location as described on pages 2 and 3 instead of at the
6) Install the rest of the system as described in pages 3 and 4 under the Full-Sized instructions.
1) After installation the system does not boot up properly.
modules are plugged in.
2) I get a black screen while in reverse.
A) A black screen means that our module is working. The issue is either in the RCA installation (backwards) or
that there is a defective camera, RCA cable or the camera simply is not getting power.
3) I installed this on a vehicle with a factory DVD player and when I switch between the factory DVD player
and aftermarket source I am getting the picture from one and the audio from another.
4) How do I activate the external video input?
A) On vehicle without a factory DVD player you will have a new icon on your source selector named TV. Simply
press the TV icon to enable the external video source. On vehicle with a factory DVD player you will have a new
icon labeled DVD/TV. By pressing the icon you will select between the factory DVD player with one press, and
the external video source with the next press of the same icon.
5) How do I engage VIM?
A) VIM is automatic and does not require and action from the end user.
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