2016+ Sierra / Silverado backup camera for 7" IOB systems

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CS-16GMTR-IOB

Now you can integrate a backup camera directly into your new GMC Sierra or Chevy Silverado 7" IOB screen. (See application section for specific fit)

 

This camera kit is the perfect solution for those who own a 2016+ GM truck with the 7" IOB screen and are in need of a rear view camera. The kit comes complete with OE fit rear camera system, which is a high resolution camera mounted in an OEM GM tailgate handle assembly. Comes with all the wiring and OEM screen integration harness needed to interface directly with your IOB system with no dealer flashing required. This system will also enable the steerable parking guidelines directly into your screen!

 

The kit comes with the following:

  • OE GM handle with our night vision, high resolution camera pre-mounted - 600 lines of resolution
  • Full chassis harness
  • IOB integration harness and module
  • Required mounting hardware/connectors

Camera has a 3 year warranty and will look like it was installed at the factory!  Interface module has a 1 year warranty.

More Information
SKU CS-16GMTR-IOB
Video System NTSC
Vehicle Interface Includes Factory Integration Module
Waterproof/Dustproof Level IP 67
Night Vision < .2 Lux
Power Supply 12 Volts
Wiring Type Hard Wired
System Manufacturer EVI Systems
Camera Resolution 600 TVL
Parking Guidelines Selectable on/off
Camera Orientation Rear Facing
Fit Type Factory OE Fit Replacement
Connection Plug and Play to Factory Dash Display
Sensor Type Super CMOS
Viewing Angle 170 Degrees
Camera Input Ports 4
Warranty 3 Year
Reason for Shopping Adding the camera(s)
For a monitor it uses: Your factory display

2016-2018 Silverado, Sierra, Colorado, Canyon

IOB systems with a 7" screen

 

Replace your existing tailgate handle assembly with this assembly, which is preloaded with rear camera. Route the harness to the cab and install the IOB integration module and harness.

 

NO DEALER ACTIVATION REQUIRED

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