• The adjustments during camera setting may be hindered
depending on the camera installation position. Do not
install the camera securely but attach it only temporarily
until the camera setting has completed.
Recommended Installation Position
Examples of correct camera installation
The CMOS-310 should be installed at a height of 55 cm (1.8
feet) or more.
Installing the Camera/Adjusting its
Decide the camera installation position.
Clean the camera installation surface.
Using a commercially available cleaner, wipe dirt, moisture
and oil away from the surface on which the camera bracket
is to be attached.
Loosen the camera bracket retaining screws.
Perform steps 4 and 5 only when they are required.
Mount so that the "KENWOOD"
logo appears at the top.
Using a commercially available
Phillips screwdriver, loosen the
two retaining screws.
If required, separate the camera bracket from
the camera and adjust the shape according to
the surface on which it will be attached.
Mount the camera on the camera bracket.
Mount so that the "KENWOOD" logo appears at the top.
Fix the camera temporarily with tape, etc.
Using a piece of tape, etc., ﬁ x the camera temporarily and
adjust the angles so that the rear end of the vehicle can be
Attach the camera on the rear center position of the vehicle
taking care not to hide the license plate. Make sure that the
camera points straight toward the rear of the vehicle travel
direction. Be careful not to lean the camera toward other
directions of the vehicle, etc.
Complete all of the required connections.
Display the camera video.
Some video monitors may switch automatically to the
external video input function. For details, read the instruction
manual for your video monitor.
Change the shift lever to the R (Reverse) range
to view the image of the rear of the vehicle.
Before viewing the camera, apply the parking brake
and chock the wheels so that the vehicle will not move.
Otherwise, an unexpected accident may result.
Adjust the camera bracket
shape so that it ﬁ ts the