Voyager 3 Camera 7" Monitor

Catalog Item # 59836

Color LCD 7" monitor features left, right and reverse camera triggers for merging, changing lanes and backing.

Eliminates blind spots for safer, easier maneuvering and towing. Push-button or automatic trigger camera selection. Turn signals activate side view cameras. Integrated speaker for use with microphone-equipped cameras. On-screen display for audio/video source, picture adjustment and volume level. Memory for picture and volume settings.

Features include auto power on (standby mode), auto day/night brightness modes, energy-efficient white LED backlight, removable sun visor and multiple mounting options for easy installation. Cameras sold separately.

Technical Specifications

1.4 lbs.
5.25"H x 7.75"W x 1.25"D

by Dan – September 14, 2018
If so does it require an adapter?
Yes, the AOM713 replaces a number of discontinued monitors including the AOM711.

No, an adapter is not required as the same style of wiring harness is used. Click here to read the AOM711 to AOM713 Swap Out Instructions.
by Camping World – September 14, 2018

I need back up camera "monitor" for 2008 Hurricane VOM784CT
The VOM74TQ(#78825)would be better suited compared to SKU#59836 primarily because it has 4 camera inputs like your VOM784CT. However, the VOM74TQ is lacking the backup gridlines feature. Voyager's AOM7694 offers 4 camera inputs as well as the backup gridline feature. A special order through our Technical Service Group @ 800.622.6264 would have to be placed for an AOM7694.
by Camping World – January 21, 2016
by Tipaulfla – June 29, 2015
I have a 2006 Coachmen Sportscoach with a 7" Voyager monitor that apparently has died. If I buy this monitor only, is this something I could install? How difficult would this be to install ? Right now I am on a cross country trip, in Memphis right now. Thanks!!!
Difficulty is going to be a combination of how the unit is mounted and how the current monitor was wired. Worst case scenario is having to remove the old wire harness and put in the one with the AOM713 monitor. Most likely case is a direct swap with simple hand tools for mounting and the old harness is connected to the new monitor. You can view swap guides/owner's manual here: Voyager AOM713 Manuals & Guides
by Camping World – June 30, 2015

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