ASA Electronics releases 7-inch Voyager monitor

ASA Electronics releases 7-inch Voyager monitor

ASA Electronics has introduced the Voyager VOM718 7-in. LCD Observation Monitor.

The VOM718 is a direct replacement for the AOM713 7-in. LCD Observation Monitor. The company says the new monitor is compatible with all Voyager cameras and has three camera inputs. Common configurations include a rear camera with two side body cameras for blind spot coverage.

According to the company, features of the new monitor include:

  • The option of automatic triggered source selection to determine which camera is in view;
  • Turn signal triggering that ensures the correct camera is being displayed for turns, lane changes and other maneuvers;
  • An anti-glare, scratch-resistant LCD display that uses LED backlights with automatic day and night brightness modes;
  • Increased contrast ratio; and
  • Backlit menu buttons.

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