Haloview CA112 Wireless RV Side Marker Light Cameras

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  • Much easier to pair before installation(highly recommend)
  • Compatible with M7108/M5111/RD7/M7109 Monitor
  • Mounts as the clearance light on RV/Travel Trailer
  • Distance between mounting holes (center to center): 3"
  • Camera angle can be adjusted by 70 degrees
  • Wireless signal range up to 984ft (outdoor)
  • 720P HD Image Quality
  • 6x IR LED Night Vision Lights
  • Weather resistance keeps the camera safe during rain
  • 120° Wide-Angle Camera Lens
  • Built-in microphone and smart IR-CUT Filter
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    Haloview wireless RV side marker light cameras allow you to replace your existing side marker lights or clearance lights with quick&easy installation. This is the best addition to any RV owner who needs to add side cameras to the MC7108/MC5111/RD7 monitor for more viewing fields or changing lanes.

    The angle of the camera can be adjusted to the field of view you want to see.

    You can wirelessly pair two side marker light cameras to your MC7108/MC5111/RD7 monitor for an even more viewing field on your RV. The same monitor for the marker light camera receives the signal which can be viewed alone or on split screen with the other cameras.

    The side maker light cameras are attached to the clearance/marker lights making them easy to install on your RV, commercial truck and trailer.


    1. Remove the side marker light from your RV

    2. Remove the cover of Haloview side marker light camera

    3. Connect Haloview side marker light camera to your RV marker light wiring harness
    Test whether it can be powered on by RV

    4. Mounting the camera with the supplied screws, we offer two ways to get the screw on:
    a. Install with 2 screws, one left and one right b. Install with 4 screws, two left and two right

    5. To prevent water leakage into RV from outside, please glue all holes in the bracket by glass cement

    6. Reinstall the cover of side marker light camera

    Note: The side camera comes with two 12-24V DC wires and two Ground wires. You can simply tie the DC wires together, the camera will only work when the marker lights are on. If you want it to work more like a security system and work when the lights are not on, then you need to run a power line from the battery to the camera DC wire (the thinner one).


    Resolution 1280 x 720
    Viewing Angle 120°
    Image Device 1/4" CMOS
    Microphone Yes
    SMART IR-CUT 650nm Day/850nm Night Auto
    Transmision Distance(barrier free) 300m(984ft)
    Night Vision Distance 8~10m (26~32ft)
    Latency 200ms
    Power Supply DC 12-24V

    What's in the box

    • 2 x Side Marker Light Cameras (CA112)
    • Camera Conversion Cable
    • Camera Antenna
    • User Manual
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    The side marker cameras have a LED light that stays on, how do I shut these off so as not to bother other cars?
    By Kurt on
    01 August, 2023
    • Do you mean the marker light?
      By Haloview Team on
      01 August, 2023
    What is the side camera antenna part? Mine broke and I need to replace it.
    By Mary Martin on
    28 October, 2022
    • You can purchase via this link: https://www.haloview.com/haloview-2.4ghz-antenna%20-sma-plug-for-ca112.html
      By Haloview Team on
      31 October, 2022
    I installed RD7 rearview. It was automatically assigned to Cam4. Worked fine. Then installed sideview cameras. But they were assigned to Cam2 and Cam4, overriding the rearview signal. How do I re-assign the side view cameras so I can see all 3 ?
    By Jon on
    13 April, 2022
    • You need to re-pair them, please refer to this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RSVGZwwswQ
      By Haloview Team on
      14 April, 2022
    How much current does each side camera draw off of the tow vehicle? I see they are 10-32 volts but do not see amps or watts for power consumption on any of the cameras.
    By Brandon Henderson on
    26 July, 2021
    • Each side camera: 600-700mA,8W /12V
      By Haloview Team on
      30 July, 2021
    where is the optimum location to mount the side cameras? on my 37" 5th wheel the side markers are located at different locations on either side because of the slides. Is there a distance from the rear of the trailer that is better than another?
    By Jeremy Kuss on
    04 July, 2021
    • For side cameras, suggest the installation distance from the monitor to the camera is under 33FT.
      By Haloview Team on
      10 July, 2021

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