Go Wireless with the new iBall camera hitch

Published online: Aug 29, 2012 News
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Back up, get out, look. Back up again, get out again, look again. Anyone who has ever tried to hook up a boat trailer by himself will appreciate this product. The new iBall Wireless Trailer Hitch Camera, powered by a 9-volt battery, sends the video signal to a color LCD monitor. By simply turning on the camera and monitor you can see the position of your hitch ball in relation to the coupler on your trailer. 

The camera features a very strong magnetic mount, and unlike plain backup camera systems, the iBall requires no wiring. The 2.5-inch LCD monitor is fixed to the end of a gooseneck that simply plugs into a cigarette lighter outlet in your dashboard. Again, no wiring required.

The camera can also be attached to the back of your boat trailer to assist you when backing into tight areas. For more information visit www.iballhitchcam.com or call 866-755-6303.

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