CVC320XL OpGuide - INTEC Video Systems
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Operation Guide
Video Systems, Inc.
23301 Vista Grande
Laguna Hills, CA 92653-1497
Model CVC320HXL
Camera
Please read this guide carefully before
use. Remember to complete and mail
the owner registration form.
OWNER REGISTRATION
Model CVC320HXL Camera
Monitor Model: _________________
(purchased with this camera)
Name: ____________________________________________________________
OPERATION
PRECAUTIONS
Address: ___________________________________________________________
City: ______________________________________ State: ______ Zip: __________
Serial Number(s): _____________________________________________________
(located on the back of the camera)
We are gratified that you have selected
an INTEC Car Vision System. Before using
your system, please be sure to read these
instructions carefully.
Purchased from: ______________________________________________________
Address: ___________________________________________________________
City: _____________________________________ State: ______ Zip: ___________
Date of Purchase: ____________________ Date of Installation: __________________
Installed on what type of vehicle: Manufacturer: ________________________________
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Before you begin driving, be sure the monitor controls
are adjusted properly. This will avoid unnecessary
distractions while driving.
Always confirm the view provided by the camera is
adequate for your needs prior to vehicle use. Adjustments to the camera viewing amgle should be made,
if necessary.
Model: _____________________________ Size (length): ______________________
Installed by:
Manufacturer _______
Dealer _______
Self _______
Other service shop _______
How did you hear about the INTEC Car Vision System?
INTEC____ Distributor/Dealer____ Trade Show____ Magazine Ad____ Article____
Other equipment user_____ Friend_____ Previous experience_____ Other_____
Before you begin driving, determine that the orientation of the image on the monitor is proper. Rear facing
cameras should yield a mirror image, where items on
the left of the vehicle appear on the left side of the
monitor.
What industry magazines do you read? _____________________________________
Do not let the Car Vision System distract you from
driving safely.
______________________________________________________________________________
What trade shows do you attend? _________________________________________
Why did you decide to purchase the Car Vision System? __________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
How can we improve our product or service? _________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
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Mail this Registration to: INTEC Video Systems, Inc., 23301 Vista Grande, Laguna Hills, CA
92653. You may also fax it to us at (949) 859-3178.
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CAR VISION SYSTEMS
CVC320HXL Camera
Wiring Diagram
CVXLP21M Cable
CVC320HXL Camera
Please read these instructions carefully before use.
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CAR VISION INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
LIMITED WARRANTY
STEP (1) CAMERA MOUNTING
INTEC warrants the Car Vision Camera, Model CVC320HXL, when
purchased new to be free from defects in material and craftsmanship. INTEC will repair or replace, at INTEC's sole option and without charge, any part which under normal and proper use is found
to be defective within the effective period of this warranty. The
effective period of this warranty is eight (8) years from the original
date of purchase from INTEC. This warranty is void and does not
cover product that has been lost or damaged in shipment, subjected
to misuse, abuse, tampering, improper installation, use on improper
voltage or current, use contrary to operating instructions, or disassembly, repair, or alteration by anyone other than INTEC or an
INTEC authorized service agent.
For an optimum field of view to the rear of the vehicle and to utilize
the distance grid which may come with your Car Vision monitor, we
recommend the following installation:
1. Securely mount the camera to the top center, rear of the vehicle. If
mounting is on the roof or other horizontal surface, the camera's
mounting bracket may need to be reversed to achieve the proper angle
towards the ground.
2. With a mounting height of 10 feet from the ground, you want to see
the back of the vehicle on the bottom of your monitor screen.
3. Depending upon the vehicle, a flat, sturdy mounting surface may need
to be fabricated for the camera's mounting bracket.
IN NO EVENT SHALL INTEC BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR EXPENSES.
THE SOLE LIABILITY OF INTEC SHALL BE DISCHARGED BY
REPAIRING OR REPLACING ANY PART OR PARTS WHICH MAY
PROVE DEFECTIVE UNDER NORMAL AND PROPER USE
WITHIN THE CONDITIONS AND EFFECTIVE PERIOD OF THIS
WARRANTY, PROVIDED THE PRODUCT IS RETURNED TO
INTEC, DELIVERY PREPAID AND INSURED, IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS SET FORTH IN THE SERVICE INFORMATION SECTION OF THIS GUIDE.
4. Some vehicle designs prevent a camera from seeing the area immediately behind when the camera is mounted at the top rear. Be aware of
this, and if that area is of concern, prior to vehicle operation, install the
camera so this area is fully visible on the monitor.
5. The camera can be mounted elsewhere to provide different fields of
view to the operator. System installations have had cameras mounted
to view the area down the right side of a vehicle, observe vehicle
operations, watch passengers inside a bus or other transport vehicles,
or watch underneath a vehicle. You should always confirm the view is
adequate for your needs prior to each vehicle use.
6. Once the entire system is operational, do a final check of the picture
provided by the camera. Adjustments to the camera angle should be
made, if necessary.
A. Loosen the bolts on the side of the camera assembly.
B. Angle the camera so that the view desired is displayed on the
screen. Remember that some Car Vision monitors offer electronic
tilt which adds a vertical adjustment. For rear vision applications,
the rear most part of the vehicle should appear at the bottom of the
monitor screen.
C. Tighten the bolts on the side of the camera assembly.
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THERE SHALL BE NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR
ANY OTHER OBLIGATION ON THE PART OF INTEC.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights that vary from state to state. You should contact the
appropriate state agency to find out what these rights might be.
Return of the Owner Registration Card is not required for warranty
coverage. However, it will insure that you are notified with product
update information. It will also help INTEC to better serve you by
answering some important marketing questions on the Card. Any
information you provide on the Card is for INTEC's internal use only.
Our customer list is not sold or given to any other organizations
unless required under State or Federal laws.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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SERVICE INFORMATION
INTEC offers you quality products for performance that lasts. Should
service become necessary, we strive for quick response and maintain a
helpful and knowledgeable staff to assist you.
HOW AND WHERE TO GET SERVICE
If none of the trouble-shooting suggestions in this manual solve your
problem, you may need to return the product to INTEC for service.
First, call INTEC's Customer Service Department at either our Western
Office (800) 468-3254, or at our Eastern Office (800) 522-5989.
Explain the problem to the customer service representative. The representative will check to see if you tried the in-field adjustments and may offer
alternative solutions for you to try. If these solutions don't work, then you
will be asked to send the camera, monitor, or both to INTEC.
A Return Product Authorization (RPA) number will be issued. Refer to this
number in any future contacts with INTEC concerning this service.
Have available the following information to give to the customer service
representative.
1. The product model number and serial number.
2. A description of the problem.
3. The type of vehicle on which the product is installed.
4. Your name, address, and phone number.
5. The address, phone number, and contact person of where we should
return the product after it is repaired if this is different than above.
6. Any special requests (ie. repair estimates, expedite return shipment)
7. Proof of purchase.
Send the product, prepaid and insured to the closest INTEC office:
Western U.S. and Canada:
INTEC Video Systems, Inc.
Customer Service Department
23301 Vista Grande
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Attn: RPA_________
Eastern U.S. and Canada:
INTEC Video Systems, Inc.
Customer Service Department
4256 State Route 51 North
Belle Vernon, PA 15012
Attn: RPA__________
Make sure to package your Car Vision unit carefully to avoid any damage
during shipping. If possible, use the original carton and packaging materials. Our warranty does not cover loss or damage in transit.
NOTE: Product shipped to us without an RPA number may not be accepted
or may result in a delay in service. Make sure your name, address, and
phone number appear somewhere on the shipping container or paperwork
enclosed within.
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STEP (2) ROUTING THE CABLE
On recreational vehicles, busses, and some pickup and delivery trucks, there
are several possible routes for the cable from the back to the front of the
vehicle. If routed down the back (inside the back cap or vehicle wall) and
along the chassis, be sure it is a safe distance from any exhaust systems or
moving parts. Follow existing vehicle wiring to insure a secure route. If
routing the cable through the interior of the vehicle, make sure that the
installation of other vehicle items or objects located in the vehicle do not
cause the cable to be punctured, stapled, or cut.
Avoid any moving parts or other areas of the vehicle which generate
extreme heat. We recommend the cable be secured along with the
vehicle's wiring harness (usually found along the frame or chassis). BE SURE
when routing the cable not to puncture or cut the cable in any way.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO PROPERLY SECURE AND WEATHER-PROOF
THE CABLE CONNECTORS IF THEY ARE EXPOSED TO THE ENVIRONMENT. When used with the XL series of cables, no additional weather
sealing of the camera connection is needed. If the connectors are inside
the vehicle, secure them with electrical tape to prevent their coming loose
during vehicle operation. In situations where the cable may come in
contact with tree branches or other objects that could damage the cable,
we suggest that the cable be routed through a protective conduit.
STEP (3) MOUNTING THE MONITOR
Be sure that the driver's forward or side view is not
obstructed in any way by the position of the monitor.
The monitor can be mounted overhead, flush with the dash, or on top of
the dashboard, whichever allows the best view to the operator without
blocking the driver's view of the road ahead. After positioning the monitor, secure properly with the hardware provided. Locate the three (3)
power source lead wires on the rear of the monitor. Connect the BLACK
lead to a secure chassis ground (negative); connect the BLUE lead to the
vehicle's reverse gear switch; connect the RED lead to the ignition (power)
side of the fuse panel. The monitor power requirements are found in the
operation guide that comes with your INTEC monitor. The monitor regulates the necessary power for the CVC320XL camera via the XL cable. Red,
black, and blue wires are provided with the opposite end of the wire
connector attached. Fuses (5 amp) for the red and blue wires are provided.
STEP (4) FINAL ADJUSTMENTS
Adjusting the camera is important to ensure the proper view. Adjust the
camera by slightly loosening the screws on the side of the camera assembly. Angle the camera so that the rear most part of the vehicle appears at
the bottom of the monitor screen. The distance grid on the screen is
calibrated in meters.
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CAR VISION INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
TROUBLE-SHOOTING GUIDE
AND
IN-FIELD SERVICE TIPS
CONTINUED
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Your Car Vision System should be installed so the ignition switch or power
switch that controls your vehicle's power also provides power to the Car
Vision System.
Monitor lights up but no picture appears:
The rear mounted camera will be activated and its picture shown on the
monitor screen when the vehicle is placed in reverse. (Follow the monitor
instructions in step 3). Always confirm proper operation before travel.
1. Adjust monitor controls (ie. brightness, contrast) to see if picture appears.
2. Check the cable for obvious damage (ie. cuts, crimping) and the connectors for
corrosion or pin damage. Make sure connectors are securely connected and free
of debris.
3. Disconnect the cable from the camera and monitor. Connect the camera directly
to the monitor or use a spare universal cable, to test for a cable related failure.
NOTE: If you experience some electrical interference on the monitor while
the engine is running, it may be necessary to install a noise suppressor. The
suppressor should be located as close to the source of the noise as possible.
The vehicle's alternator is the most likely source.
Monitor doesn't light up - dark screen:
STEP (5) ANY QUESTIONS?
If during the installation process, you should have any questions or difficulties, do not hesitate to contact INTEC at our toll free numbers.
Western U.S. and Canada: (800) 468-3254
Eastern U.S. and Canada: (800) 522-5989
With proper installation of your system, potential problems are avoided. If
the installation instructions are not followed, INTEC assumes no responsibility for problems that do arise. PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS so you can join the thousands who are enjoying the safety
and convenience aspects of INTEC's Car Vision Systems.
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Check the red, black, and blue wires off the monitor to make sure they are
properly connected to the vehicle power and ground. See if proper voltage is
reaching the monitor (11-15VDC in most cases. Refer to the monitor's Operating
Guide to determine voltage.)
2. See if the 5 amp fuses on the red and blue wires are okay. If not, replace with
new fuses.
3. Check the cable for obvious damage. There should be no continuity between
any of the wires inside the XL cable. If shorting has occurred, the monitor should
always be returned for service and the cable replaced.
Picture is blurry, out of focus, or distorted:
1.
Check the camera and clean any dirt, dust or moisture found on the outside glass
lens cover. If any moisture is visible on the inside of the camera, return camera for
service.
2. Adjust monitor controls (ie. brightness and constrast) to see if picture clears up.
3. Check voltage on red and blue wires to see if sufficient power is reaching the
monitor. Low voltage may cause the picture to blur or darken.
Picture on monitor is reversed:
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It is very important to check the image on the screen prior to using the vehicle.
With the camera facing towards the back of the vehicle, objects seen on the right
side of the monitor should be on your right as you face forward. This is a reverse
image similar to what you see when looking into your rear view mirrors.
Periodic checks of the cables, connectors, wiring, camera and monitor will help you
spot potential trouble areas before they result in a system failure. An excellent time
to make spot checks is when the vehicle is in for routine maintenance.
IF THE SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS DO NOT SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM, CONTACT
INTEC AT (800) 468-3254 (Western office) or (800) 522-5989 (Eastern office).
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