Panasonic CY-RC50KU user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic CY-RC50KU

Device: Panasonic CY-RC50KU
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Date of adding : 2014-11-29 15:26:37
Number of pages: 20
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Universal Rear-View Camera
Model
CY-RC50KU
Operating Instructions




Please read these instructions (including “Limited Warranty” and “Customer
Services Directory”) carefully before using this product and keep this manual for
future reference.
English

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Safety information Read the operating instructions for the This manual uses pictographs to show you unit and all other components of your car how to use the product safely and to alert navigation system carefully before using you to potential dangers resulting from the system. They contain instructions improper connections and operations. about how to use the system in a safe and The meanings of the pictographs are effective manner. Panasonic assumes no explained below. It is importan

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Caution Do not damage the rear view camera cord. Observe the following cautions Water and moisture can move along the cord when using this unit. from the damaged area and enter the camera, causing fi re, electric shock and breakdown. Do not use this system for any purpose other than mounting on a road vehicle. Route the rear view camera cord inside the vehicle, so that water cannot penetrate Non-vehicular use (such as use outdoors them. or on a pleasure boat) could cause smoki

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Troubleshooting If you suspect something wrong Check and take steps as described below. If the described suggestions do not solve the problem, it is recommended to take the unit to your nearest authorized Panasonic Servicenter. The product should be serviced only by qualifi ed personnel. Please refer checking and repair to professionals. Panasonic shall not be liable for any accidents arising out of neglect of checking the unit or your own repair after your checking. Never take measures

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Cus tomer services directory U.S.A. CANADA WARRANTY SERVICE Obtain Product Information and Operating FOR PRODUCT OPERATION ASSISTANCE, please Assistance; contact: locate your nearest Dealer or Servicenter; purchase Our Customer Care Centre: Parts and Accessories; or make Customer Service Telephone #: (905) 624-5505 and Literature requests by visiting our Web Site at: 1-800 #: 1-800-561-5505 http://www.panasonic.com/support Fax #: (905) 238-2360 or, contact us via the web at: Email link: “C

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/ / / / / / Specifi cations Output image ...........................................Wide-angle mirror image (for checking the rear view) Video format ..................................................................................................... NTSC composite Power supply ...................................................................................... DC 12 V, negative ground Power consumption .............................................................................. 1.6 W (

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Warning Route cords so that they do not get in the Observe the following warnings way of occupants driving or getting into or when installing. out of the vehicle. Route cords so that they do not tangle with the Use on a DC 12 V grounded vehicle. steering wheel, shift lever, brake pedals, feet This system can only be used on a DC 12 V etc., and bundle and fasten them appropriately. grounded vehicle. It cannot be used in DC 24 V Poorly arranged cords can cause accident and a

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Notes on use Carefully read the instruction manuals for the connected devices (Car Monitor etc.). Before reversing, always check behind you by eye. This product uses mirrored display (which mimics the orientation of the rear-view and side mirrors), and is for checking the view behind the vehicle. It is intended to augment the driver’s fi eld of vision behind the vehicle. It is not able to view all hazards and obstacles. It uses a wide-angle lens, which makes close areas appear wider

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Product servicing If the suggestions in the charts do not solve the problem, we recommend that you take it to your nearest authorized Panasonic Servicenter. The product should be serviced only by a qualifi ed technician. Replacing the Fuse Use fuses of the same specifi ed rating (1 A). Using different substitutes or fuses with higher rating, or connecting the product directly without a fuse, could cause fi re or damage to this unit. If the replacement of the fuse fails, consult your neares

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Limited warranty or re-install an installed unit if applicable, travel to and from the sevicer, and loss of media, data or other memory contents. The items listed are not exclusive, U.S.A. but are for illustration only.) ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, ARE LIMITED TO THE PANASONIC CONSUMER ELECTRONICS COMPANY, DIVISION OF PANASONIC CORPORATION OF NORTH AMERICA PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY. One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 Some st

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Check the contents Consult your dealer if any item is missing. Figures in ( ) are quantities. Rear view camera Rear view camera Camera bracket Bolts with washer (with Rubber water seal) control unit 4 m cord (1) (1) (1) M3 × 6 mm (2) Hexagon wrench Power cord RCA cord Clip connector (1) 5 m (1) 6 m (1) (1) Cord clamp Cord rail Tie band Velcro tape (7) 18 cm (4) (2) 38 × 70 mm (1) Double-sided tape 30 × 70 mm (1) Accessories Operating instructions Owners information (this manual)

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Cord routing (example) Route the camera cord so that it does not allow rainwater etc. to penetrate. Allow enough slack in the cord so that it is not pulled when the door is opened and closed. Hatchback or Van type Cord clamp Route the cord above the back door (outside). Fasten with cord clamps at key points, then bring the cord in where the clearance from the edge of the door is wider. Harness cover Do not route the cord under the back door (inside). Tie band The cord will be

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Sedan type Cord clamp Trunk lid Rear view camera Rubber gasket View with trunk lid closed Rubber water seal (Attached to rear view camera.) Rubber water seal (Attached to rear view camera.) Rubber gasket Attach the rubber water seal so that it is parallel with the rubber gasket when the trunk is closed. Note: Open and close the back door or trunk lid slowly to check that the camera cord is not pinched or abraded by the door/lid. Moisture or water can enter through the damaged area

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Moun ting procedure Rear view camera Before mounting Wipe away all oil and dirt etc. from the mounting surface. Make connections and placement tentatively at fi rst, to check positions. Repeated affi xing weakens the adhesive. The screw holes to use, and the possible angle adjustment, vary according to the mounting position. Adjust the angle and check that the required fi eld of view is visible. (It is not possible to re-affi x components.) Mount the camera so that it does not contact the

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Rear view camera control unit Before mounting Wipe away all oil and dirt etc. from the mounting surface. Mounting on hard surfaces (fl oor Mounting on carpet etc. etc.) Rear view camera control unit Rear view camera control unit Velcro tape Double-sided tape Note: Do not mount the control unit in the following locations, which could cause breakdowns. Places exposed to water Places which could be stepped on Dusty places Close to heater ducts or heat-emitting objects Places exposed to dir

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Wiring procedure Make connections and set and operate acc o When connected to a Panasonic Car Monitor etc., the image from the camera is automatically displayed in the screen when the shift lever is moved to reverse (R). For some combinations of vehicle type and device, additional cords (option) may be required, or connection may not be possible. Consult your dealer or service center. For connection with products from other companies, consult the manufacturer of each device. Power c

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ording to the installation instructions for the connected devices. Connection to a Car Navigation System (example) Connect to the wire of the reverse lamp (lamp with a transparent lens, which lights for reversing) which lights when the vehicle shift lever is moved to reverse (R). Transmission Clip connector P R (supplied with Reverse lamp N D CN-NVD905U) Clip connector L 2 Reverse lead (Violet/white stripe) Battery Cut off the end terminal 1A and connect to the clip Reverse lead

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Connection to a Car Monitor from another company (example) Connect to the wire of the reverse lamp (lamp with a transparent lens, which lights for reversing) which lights when the vehicle shift lever is moved to reverse (R). Transmission P R N Reverse lamp D L Clip connector Clip connector 2 Battery 1 A Video input Reverse lead Ground lead Car chassis (Violet/white stripe) (Black) NTSC Only Car Monitor (Yellow) Rear view camera control unit Rear view camera (Yellow) (4 m) R

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Attach the camera bracket to a glass or painted surface on the vehicle body. Form the camera bracket to Peel the backing paper and press the camera fi t the form of the mounting bracket fi rmly onto the surface. surface. (Do not remove the backing paper) Do not touch the bonding surface with your hands. Do not re-attach the Camera bracket adhesive. Mount the camera body onto the camera bracket. Bolt with washer Side view The screw holes to use, and the possible angle adj

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