ASA Electronics® develops new replacement rearview mirror

ASA Electronics® develops new replacement rearview mirror

 

The following information was obtained from a press release.

ASA Electronics rear view mirror

ELKHART, IN. – Introducing the latest Voyager® Replacement Rearview Mirror Monitor from ASA Electronics. Changing lanes, merging into traffic, and backing up have never been so manageable. Real-time, crystal-clear images of your vehicle’s blind spots are displayed right on your rearview mirror via a digital signal. The new Voyager® VOM74MM uses a highly-reflective screen that acts as a mirror when the monitor is not active. The VOM74MM will replace the Voyager® VOM73MM to be used in place of the standard OEM option in Light, Medium and Heavy Duty vehicle applications.

The improved robust design of the VOM74MM makes it ideal for commercial vehicle use. The new tactical control buttons along the bottom of the monitor screen enhance the user experience. The tactical control buttons make it easier to manually change camera source selection and adjust the picture. The monitor includes a 7” TFT LCD screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio. It supports three camera inputs for rear and side camera applications. The monitor can be powered manually or automatically triggered by 12VDC power. The Voyager® mirror monitor works with all Voyager® cameras and is a perfect replacement option for rearview mirrors on Ford, GM, Dodge and Sprinter Chassis.

ASA Electronics has been designing and manufacturing mobile electronic products for the Marine, RV, Van, Commercial, Bus and Limo industries since 1977. For more information, visit the ASA Electronics website.

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2 thoughts on “ASA Electronics® develops new replacement rearview mirror

  1. Marhsa F. Tegl

    I couldn’t find the camera set up at ASA Electronics…js

    1. RV Staff

      Sorry, Marhsa (Marsha?) — Here’s the link to that product page on their website: http://www.asaelectronics.com/voyager-replacement-rearview-mirror-monitor.html We hope that helps. —Diane at RVtravel.com

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