Rostra Accessories (Aberdeen, North Carolina) announced
the company's tailgate camera relocation product lines to now include applications for all-new 2022 Ford Super Duty trucks. Rostra’s one-of-a-kind tailgate camera relocation systems allow for the retention of backup camera functionality and surround-view camera technology when the tailgate or truck bed have been temporarily or permanently removed. “Federal guidelines, like FMVSS 111, set the standard for rear visibility and Rostra has once again iterated on this inventive and intuitive product line through the addition of camera retention devices for the trucks that set the standard for the work truck industry.” said Aron Demers, Senior Vice President, VOXX Electronics Corporation.
Aftermarket service bodies, bed-mounted utility equipment, and even accessories like swing-out tire carriers and slide-in campers result in the removal of the truck's tailgate or removal of the entire truck bed and result in the obstruction of the factory camera to where its original use is diminished or negated.
Rostra’s Super Duty tailgate relocation systems are available for trucks equipped with traditional backup camera technology (CVBS) where the installer can choose from 1 and 5-meter extension harnesses that connect to the truck's factory wiring and a variety of available cameras, as well as for the latest LVDS camera technology, part of Ford's 360-Degree Camera Package, where installers can choose to relocate the camera from within their tailgate using Rostra's custom ABS housings or purchase a complete kit with a relocation housing, original equipment camera, and 14.5' extension harness.
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