Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product LCMR6CT Audiovox
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Rearview Mirror with 4.5" Color LCD with Navigation/2 Camera inputs/Compass And Outside Temperature Display Model: LCMR6CT Installation Manual Features: Rearview Mirror with 4.
Cautions! The product is intended to assist in saf e driving and to allow the driver to have a broader rearview while the vehicl e is in reverse. You, as the driver, are solely responsible for the safe operation of your vehicle and the safety of your passengers according to the country and their local traffic regulations.
TABLE OF CONTENTS C a u t i o n s ! 1 Preface 3 Packing list 3 1.Installation Instructions 4 2.Signal Inputs 7 3.
Preface This replacement mirror /m onitor can display up to 3 different video inputs. The inputs are Navigation, Rear observation camera and Interior observation camera. Not all rearview mirrors attach to the vehicle with the same style mount.
1. Installation Instructions (1) Mount the mirror/monitor a) Remove the original factor y mirror . (Do not use excessive force when removing factory mirror .) Check to make sure that the factory mirror mount you remove matches the mirror mount on the replacement mirror .
(4) Installing the Temperature Sensor. a) Select a suitable location for the Temper ature sensor outsi de of the vehicle. The location should be in the nose area of the vehicl e, between the front of the radiator and front bumper where there will be airflow.
b ) Secure the Compass sensor using the screw provide or double sided adhesive tape to the selected location with the head of the compass s ensor arrowhead facing forward. c ) Route the Compass cable up the A pillar and connect the 5 pin Compass Sensor cable to the mating 5 pin connector of the Temperature/ Compass Y cable.
W ARNING : Observe polarity when connecting the wir es. Figure 4 2. Signal Inputs The signal input connections for the system include: Control BOX To Control BOX Filter BOX Cam Button Selector Switch To Rearview Camera To Interior Camera To Mirror Assembly To Filter BOX Red (+12V) Blue (Ignition) Black (GND) Green (Reverse) (1) Rear Camera: Plug the R J 11 camera cable end into the cont rol box AVin-1 location, route the cable to the rear camera and pl ug the 4-pin connector into camera 4 pin connector .
(6) Navigation Image (optional Navigation System r equired) The Navigation Image is the default mode, and will only be overridden when the ve hicle gea r selector is m oved into reverse, or if the CAM button on the mirror is pressed. Some operat ors may find that leaving t he Navigati on Image on t he LCD monitor at all times becomes a distraction while operating their motor vehicle.
Figure 5 3. Controls and Indicators Figure 3 shows the function controls of the rear view mirror . A : 4.5" LCD Panel B : Rearview Mirror Glass C : “+” Button (optional Navi gation System required) Incrementally increase volume level of the navigation voice command w hen pressed.
E : “MAP” Button (optional Navigation System required) Each time the “MAP” button is pressed, the nav igation display will toggle between Map, Icon on ly and split screen while in navigatio n mode. Note : Will only operate when the Navigatio n System remote control is removed from the cradle.
N : Calibration Switch: Used to calibrate th e compass display. Figure 6 Figure 7 11 .
Specifications General Power Supply 12VDC Power Consumption <12W Current Draw <800mA Video Input 1Vp-p/ 75 Impedance Audio Input <=1V Audio Power Output 0.5W × 1 (16 Ω ) Operating Temperature Range 0 degrees C to 50 degrees C Display System Screen 4.
Maintenance Though your Rearview mirror requires little care, you can still maintain its condition and performance by following the procedures below. Keep your system away from excessive moisture, extreme heat or cold, and magnetic fields.
Troubleshooting Symptoms Solutions The ON/OFF signal light <E> is not on after the car is started? 1. Check the installation-wiring diagram. 2. Ensure that the parallel red and black line from the control box is connected properly.
Illustration of Connections Figure 8 15 .
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