1. Insert a 9V battery into the battery compartment. Turn the On/Off switch to the OFF position. Or hard wire the 12V power adapter to trailer’s lighting power. 2. Use the clamping base to mount the camera, the clamping base can be clamped on any pole or board which is less than 2 ¼" diameter thick. Choose the mounting spot and tighten the clip bolt on the clamping base. 3. Loosen the tilt lock knob, adjust the camera, point it in the direction you wish to monitor then tighten the tilt lock knob. 4. Attach the booster antenna (5 pins connector) to the camera, tighten the pin connector screw. 5. Position and secure the booster antenna close to an opened window or panel (The antenna has a magnet base). Unless your trailer is longer than 40 feet, you don’t need to mount the camera booster antenna outside of your trailer. 6. Arrange the exceeded antenna cable neatly. 7. Turn the camera On/Off switch to the ON position.
(Note : Once you know where you like to clamp your camera after few trips later. Please hard wire the 12V trailer lights power adapter to your trailer’s lighting system, so you don’t need to worry about the changing battery any more.) * Setting up the monitor in the vehicle:
1. Attach the monitor to the suction mounting bracket. 2. Mount the suction mounting bracket to the windshield. 3. Attach the 7 pins connector antenna to the monitor. Tighten the connector screw. 4. Place the monitor booster antenna inside of your vehicle, near to a window (window does not need to be opened). Secure the antenna and exceed cable neatly. Do not let monitor or antenna interfere with driver or passengers. 5. If your trailer is exceed 40 feet long or having problem to receive the signal from the camera, you may need to mount the booster antenna outside of your vehicle.
Please follow the steps as following – Open the car door, mount the monitor booster antenna (magnet base) on the roof top of your vehicle. Or for better results, mount the monitor booster antenna low and far back on the side of your vehicle. (When using Trailer Eyes B2 set in truck and trailer setting, the antenna rod can be folded down). Run the wire between the antenna and the monitor through the car door and the car frame, not through the car window and door frame. After the antenna is mounted, tuck the antenna cable into the edge rubber frame, then shut the car door, the cable will not be cut.
6. Plug the power jack into the monitor then plug the 12V car lighter adapter into the car lighter socket. Turn the monitor on (Press the “Power” button the blue light will on), some vehicles need the engine turned on to supply power to the lighter socket. 7. Switch to the correct channel coordinate with your camera’s channel. To switch channel - Press the “CH” (Channel) button, cycle through channels. There are 8 channels to cycle through. Once the correct channel is found, the screen will show the object you are monitoring. 8. Adjust the position of the monitor, theantenna wire and the power wire to avoid interference with the driver.
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