Record the serial number, found on the back of the unit, in the spaces designated on the warranty card, and in the space provided below. Refer to the model and serial numbers whenever you call upon your Kenwood dealer for information or service on the product. Model CMOS-320/CMOS-220 Serial number...
• When a lens component gets dirty, wipe gently with a soft images in the same way as rear and side view mirrors. cloth moistened with water. Do not rub with a dry cloth to • Connection to a TV with an RCA video input is possible, prevent scratching the lens. but confirm whether the TV you use has a reverse gear connection function. Installation Procedure • This product is designed to supplement the driver’s rear view, but the camera images do not show all dangers and To prevent a short circuit, remove the key from the obstacles. Be sure to look behind you when reversing to ignition and disconnect the - battery. confirm the view. • This product features a wide-angle lens, so the near view Make the proper input and output wire connections is wide and the far view is narrow, which may create a for each unit. false sense of distance. Be sure to look behind you when Connect the wiring harness wires in the following reversing to confirm the view. order: ground, ignition and camera unit. • Do not wash your car with an automatic car wash or high-pressure water as it may result in water entering the Install the unit in your car. camera or the camera falling off. Reconnect the - battery. • Check camera bracket installation before driving. Are the screws loose? - Is the camera bracket firmly secured? - If the rear view camera comes loose while you are driving it may cause an accident. CMOS-320/CMOS-220...
• Insulate unconnected wires with vinyl tape or other similar material. To prevent a short circuit, do not remove the caps on the ends of the unconnected wires or the terminals. Power cord ..1 • After the unit is installed, check whether the brake lamps, blinkers, wipers, etc. on the car are working properly. • Install so that it does not obstruct the rear field of view. • Install so that it does not protrude from the side of the car. • Do not perform installation in rain or fog. • When humidity is high, dry the surface to which the unit is to be attached before installing. CMOS-320 CMOS-220 • Moisture on the attachment surface reduces adhesive strength, which may lead to the unit coming off. • Do not attach the camera bracket to areas on the car body Grommet ..1 treated with fluorocarbon resin, or glass. • May result in the rear view camera falling off. Camera bracket clamping screw..1 - Do not apply water to the unit. - Do not expose the unit to rain. - Do not subject the camera to unnecessary force. - Thoroughly clean where tape is used for sticking on the unit.
Bend Camera bracket The CMOS-320 should be installed at a height of 50 cm (1.64 Mount the camera on the camera bracket. feet) or more. Mount so that the “KENWOOD” logo appears at the top.
When installing CMOS-320 as a front camera: Display the camera video. Before adjusting the camera angle, perform “Camera ID Before viewing the camera, apply the parking brake Setting” (page 13) and “Camera Setting Procedure” (page and chock the wheels so that the vehicle will not move.
When using the camera as a front camera and with a Kenwood navigation system, this switch unit is used only for the ID setting of the CMOS-320 unit. So you do not have to attach the switch unit with double-side adhesive tape. For the ID setting, see “Camera ID Setting”(page 13)
Connections Basic Connections Connect to the rearview camera video input or to the external video input of the video monitor. Video cord Navigation system/video monitor (separately available) Power cord Connect the camera to the camera connection cord. Camera Camera’s cord length: 1.5 m (4.92 feet), Power cord: 7.5 m (24.6 feet) Switch unit (CMOS-320 only): 1 m (3.28 feet) CAM+ (Green/red) CAM- (Green/white) Fuse (2A) Fuse Engine key Accessory power (ACC) Accessory cord (Red) Connect to the ON-OFF switchable power supply. Do not connect to a permanently ON power supply. Main fuse GND cord (Black) Connect to a metallic part of vehicle (a part of chassis connected to the negative side of power supply). Battery CAUTION • I f the engine key of your vehicle does not have the ACC position, branch the wire energized when the engine key is ON and connect it to the accessory power cord. • B efore proceeding to connections, make sure that the engine key is not inserted and disconnect the (-) terminal of the battery to prevent the short-circuiting incident. CMOS-320/CMOS-220...
System Connection (CMOS-320 only) • W hen connecting the camera to a Kenwood navigation system etc, (Control unit) equipped with the camera control function, use the provided control unit connection cord. This allows the control unit to switch the display view and adjust the camera as well on touch the control unit screen. • W hen using two CMOS-320 units (for the front and rear), it is required to set an ID for the front camera. For details, see “Camera ID Setting” (page 13). • C onnect the power supply in the same way as “Basic Connections”. • The provided switch unit is not used in the system connection. Connection of 2 Cameras Video cord Connect to the dedicated rearview camera video input. Power cord Camera 1 (Used as rearview camera) CAM+ (Green/red) Connect to the camera control terminals of the control unit. CAM- (Green/white) Camera 2 (Used as front view camera) Power cord Connect to the external video input. Select the Video cord external video input to check the camera image. To power supply CMOS-320/CMOS-220...
Camera Setting (CMOS-320 only) Switch Unit Operation When installing the front camera at a height of 50cm (1.64 feet) or more: The switch unit can be used to switch the image display Prepare as same as the rearview camera. mode, view/hide the guideline display and adjust the When installing the front camera below 50cm in camera. height:...
Camera Setting (CMOS-320 only) Camera Setting Procedure Select [Lower] when installing the camera at a height of 30cm to below 50cm (0.98feet to below 1.64feet). Complete all of the required connections in Select a camera adjustment item and adjust it.
Adjustment is possible by one step to the left and right. If the Advances to “GUIDELINE ADJUSTMENT (Size)”. adjustment is not possible in the currently available range, change the camera position before retrying. After completing the adjustment, press the view button. Advances to “OVERHEAD VIEW IMAGE ADJUSTMENT (Up-and-Down ANGLE)”. CMOS-320/CMOS-220...
Camera Setting (CMOS-320 only) For Guideline Adjustment After completing the adjustment, press the view button. • The subsequent adjustments adjust the sizes, lengths and positions of the guidelines displayed in the wide view and overhead view. Advances to “GUIDELINE ADJUSTMENT By default, guidelines shown below are displayed assuming that (Horizontal direction)”.
Display the image of the front camera on the Press the + or – button of the switch unit to monitor of the Kenwood navigation system. adjust the position of the red line. For displaying the image, refer to the instruction manual of it.
Ultra Wide View Wide-angle image covering a horizontal angle of about 195°. When connecting the camera to a Kenwood navigation system etc, (Control unit) equipped with the camera control function, use the provided control unit connection cord. This allows the control unit to switch the display view as well on touch the control unit screen (page 8).
Specifications Camnit (CMOS-320) Switch Unit (CMOS-320 only) Output video Dimensions (WxHxD): 27.5 x 32.8 x 12 mm Weight: Approx. 10 g (without cable) : Wide-angle mirror image (for rearview)/wide- angle normal image (for front view) General Sensor: 1/3.6-inch color CMOS sensor Number of pixels: Approx. 330,000 pixels Operating voltage: 14.4V (9.0 V –...