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-NAV-TV’s new “Barracuda” is a multi-purpose plug-and-play interface for late-model Cadillac, Chevrolet and General Motors vehicles equipped with the factory Navigation/DVD A/V system. Barracuda supports DVD video in motion, navigation destination entry, Onstar and Bluetooth operation, satellite radio category scrolling, DVD menu control, forced rearview camera and FLIR night vision or baby camera viewing while in motion*. The Barracuda will also control Audiovox's Flo TV automotive receiver using the vehicle's existing steering wheel controls. Two fully programmable and configurable power outputs are provided to power add-on equipment. For visual verification of state, ease of use and product configuration, the programming menu and all functions of the Barracuda are displayed as text on the factory information cluster. In addition, the Barracuda functions as a controller for the FLIR full-featured night vision camera giving the user the ability to view the camera image in full color (rainbow), white hot, black hot or sepia, or to invert the picture image or digitally zoom the image 2x when either the high beams are activated or automatically at a desired speed. A video demonstration of the Barracuda can be viewed online on YouTube. *For camera operation the vehicle must be equipped with a factory rear view camera or be compatible with the NAV-TV GMLANCAM RVC programming module. FLIR camera and baby camera not included.

  • Model: NTV-KIT211
  • Manufactured by: NAV-TV

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 02 July, 2010.