HD eRapta ERT01 Backup Camera Rear View-User Instructions

June 5, 2024


HD eRapta ERT01 Backup Camera Rear View


  • BRAND : ERapta,
  • ITEM DIMENSIONS LxWxH : 9.4 x 1 x 1.3 inches,
  • INSTALLATION TYPE : Surface Mount,
  • VOLTAGE : 24 Volts,


It is an excellent wired license plate backup camera for cars, pickup trucks, SUVs, minivans, and sedans. It works well on old, new, or used automobiles. It is a rear-view camera that works with 12-24V DC power. It comes with an RCA video cable with a length of 26 feet. If your radio, monitor, DVD player, or screen has an RCA connector, it will function fine. It shows a crystal clear image. It is a term used to describe an image that is crystal clear and has exceptional night vision.

The video is crystal clear, with six glass lenses, 100 percent true color reproduction, and a fully updated chip. A vivid image aids us in driving or reversing in a good mood. In the dark, the 8 LED lights do an excellent job of producing a nice colorful image. It is suitable for safe reversing and driving; this parking camera is excellent. IP69 Waterproof Level Reversing Cam: Backup camera packages that are highly waterproof. The camera is composed of high-purity resin and is waterproof to the international specification IP69K. So, you can use it if it’s raining, snowing, or hot. This is the best auto-backup camera. The camera box can be moved up and down to obtain the best perspective for you. It has 149°Perfect View Angle Design. Backing up the camera design is a rear license plate.


  • Cable
  • Camera

How to use

The installation is simple, you can install by following the given steps:

  • Simply connect the camera’s power to the reverse light.
  • Then use a 26-foot RCA wire to link the camera to your radio screen or monitor.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the purpose of my backup camera going in and out?
    It’s possible that a fuse blew or that a wire frayed and became disconnected. (With these kinds of problems, this is generally the best-case situation.) If you have a wired backup camera, the issue is more than likely wiring.

  • When it comes to backup cameras, how long do they last?
    It might be as long as ten years or as short as ten days, according to what vehicle owners say in internet forums. Some owners report cameras failing or only operating intermittently before the new-car scent goes off, while others say they’ve had years of dependable service.

  • Why the reversing camera is showing error?
    Your camera could be sending you this notification for a variety of reasons. If it’s a Wi-Fi camera that was previously working, it’s likely that the camera has to be reset. Check the wiring and power cords as well, as a wire or a cord may have frayed or become separated.

  • What exactly is the problem with my backup camera?
    Dirt on the camera’s lens is most likely to blame, as reverse cameras are close to the ground and can easily come into touch with dust, rainfall, or mud. If the camera stream itself appears normal, with no lag or signal issues, but it’s difficult to view, cleaning the lens is probably all you need.

  • What’s the deal with my RV’s backup camera not working?
    If the monitor isn’t working, check the cable wires. While travelling, a socket or connection from the camera to the monitor may become disconnected. Make sure the RV is turned on. Check sure the ignition is turned on and that the transmission is in the correct gear (reverse).

  • Is it necessary to have a reversing camera in the center?
    The optimal location for a reversing camera is in the vehicle’s center. It will have a better field of view if it is installed at a lower level – or if it is installed high up and pointing downwards. The back bumper, for example, is perfect, although the area above the rear doors on some vehicles may also be appropriate.

  • Is it okay if I leave my backup camera on all the time?
    Expert Response: You’d have to plug a backup camera into the running light circuit rather than the reverse light circuit if you wanted it to be on all the time. This way, all you have to do is switch on the running lights when you want it on.

  • Is it possible to have two backup cameras?
    Many add-on systems also let you to utilize two cameras at the same time, allowing you to place one behind your car and another in front or to the side.

  • Is it better to have a wired backup camera or a wireless backup camera?
    The picture quality of a wired camera will be far greater than that of a wireless camera because it has a direct link to the screen in your automobile. In comparison to a wireless camera, the wiring can process more data and receive the image faster, giving in a focused and sharp image.

  • Why is the back camera so shaky?
    You might try emptying your camera app’s cache. Go to System Preferences > Applications > All Sorting > Camera. For the camera, clear the cache. This frees up memory and may resolve an issue that was causing your phone to capture blurry photos in the first place.

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