What Are The RV Backup Camera Choices?
I’ve done the research and to my knowledge, these are the main rearview/backup cameras most RV and trailer manufacturers pre-wire their campers for.
Note that this may have changed over time but I try and update this post as often as new information is found.
Before purchasing any RV backup camera I recommend looking at the pre-wired bracket on the back of your RV.
The brand name should be there and if it isn’t you can also contact the manufacturers so you are 100% you purchase the correct backup camera for your pre-wired RV.
There are two main backup camera brands that are used by RV, 5th-wheel, and travel trailer manufacturers.
The most common is Furrion (click to view post on Furrion Backup Cameras) followed by Jensen Voyager (click to view on Amazon).
If your RV, 5th-wheel, or travel trailer came pre-wired for a backup camera it’s going to have a bracket already installed where the camera goes. It’s important to buy the right one otherwise you have to install a new bracket.
You Should Know: If your camper has a Furrion mount, you can get a Haloview MC7108 RV backup camera (click to view on Amazon) and the Haloview backup camera bracket adapter (click to view on Amazon) and put it where the Furrion mount is.
Way Interglobal (click to view on Amazon) is another brand of RV backup camera that RV manufacturers are starting to use more and more. I list the known RVs and travel trailers using this brand below but so far the RVs it’s been added to seem pretty random.
Nowadays all RV backup cameras are wireless and most of the time a pre-wired trailer means there’s a power cable waiting for the camera to be connected to and a bracket for the certain camera brand.
When you buy a Furrion or Voyager backup camera they also come with a monitor as these cameras aren’t normally compatible with the screen in your vehicle if it already has one.
The Most Common RV Backup Cameras
If your RV/camper has a Furrion mounting bracket, this is the camera it’s prewired for (click to view on Amazon).
If your RV/camper has a Voyager mounting bracket, this is the camera it’s prewired for (click to view on Amazon).
If you don’t want to use any of these RV backup cameras you can check out this post here (click to view) to see reviews of some other options. It’s not very difficult to remove the pre-mounted bracket and rewire the plug to fit other brands of cameras.
Some RV backup camera brands like the Haloview linked to in the intro make adapters to make their rear view cameras compatible with Furrion and Voyager pre-wired mounts.
List of RVs & Trailers That Use Furrion Backup Cameras
|Vibe||Wildcat||Wildwood||Work & Play||XLR|
|Milestone||North Trail||Pioneer||Prowler||Road Warrior|
|Hummingbird||Jay Feather||Melbourne||North Point|
Palomino (Forrest River)
Gulf Stream Coach Inc.
Envision Model Only
|Sonic Lite||Sonic||Sonic X|
|Stratus||SportTrek||SportTrek Touring Edition|
List of RVs & Trailers That Use Voyager Backup Cameras
Thor Motor Coach
Keystone Springdale & Passport 2020 Model
Some have reported finding Voyager pre-wire kits on the new Springdales & Passports, no matter what the dealer or brochure says be sure to check the mounting plate on the back of your new Springdale to verify which brand of backup camera it is pre-wired for before purchasing one.
List of RVs & Trailers That Use Way Interglobal Backup Cameras
Gulf Stream Coach Inc.
|Sedona||Conquest||Kingsport Lite||Gold Edition||Trailmaster Lite|
|Vista Cruiser||GEO||BT Cruiser||Kingsport||Matrix|
|Conquest Lite||Northern Express||Vintage Cruiser||Innsbruck Lite||Cabin Cruiser|
|Conquest Class C||Trailmaster||Capri|
If you have any questions about which RV backup camera goes with what pre-wire package leave a comment below.