What Are The Choices?
There are two main backup camera brands that are used by the common RV, 5th-wheel, and travel trailer manufacturers. The most common is Furrion followed by Voyager. 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.
Nowadays all the 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 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.
I’ve done the research and to my knowledge, these are the two main backup cameras and the RV and trailer manufacturers who use them. Note that this may have changed over time.
List of RVs & Trailers Who 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)
List of RVs & Trailers Who Use Voyager Backup Cameras
Thor Motor Coach
If you have any questions about which camera goes with what pre-wire package leave a comment below.