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A rear view camera is a great way to improve your parking skills and make reversing safer. The camera image automatically comes on when you shift into reverse.
Thanks to HDR technology, the picture quality is much better compared to regular camera systems – for easier maneuvering and greater safety.
The cameras are very small, so they’re easy to install and don’t change the appearance of the car.
Alpine’s HCE-C114 rear-view camera is an excellent add-on when you’re buying a new touchscreen car stereo.
Make backing up easier and safer with the Kenwood Camera
CMOS-130. It shoots a wide-angle mirror image of the space behind the car so you can avoid obstacles and back up in the right direction. This rearview camera is also waterproof, ensuring usability in most wet conditions. Universal mounting hardware is included to make it more convenient to install on a variety of vehicle models.
The number plate rear view camera offers the ultimate in factory-look reverse options. The unit simply replaces your number plate holder and adds a reverse camera which is perfectly centred on your vehicle. You are able to adjust the viewing angle for best possible visibility. The rear camera offers a full 170 degree viewing angle and will help you avoid any possible mishaps. Integrate this camera with any entertainment and Satnav device or link it up to any screen with RCA inputs.
Rayno sits on the board of Directors as a shareholder. He has been with the company since 2003, originally working as an employee in the position of Sales Manager. At that time it was a far smaller enterprise, consisting of 1 branch with 6 staff members. In 2008 the original owner sold the company to the van Heerden family, who officially took over as of May 2008 and have since managed to grow it into what it is today.
Rayno has created and maintained excellent relationships with motor manufacturers.
Thanks to him, Planetworld is a supplier to the likes of Nissan, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Ford, Subaru, Datsun, KIA, Haval and Toyota to mention a few. Along with his team, Rayno sources products then, working closely with the manufacturer, helps develop and customise them to suit the South African market. To date, he has created inhouse brands – OneNav, Planet Multimedia, Smart Mirror and TyreTech.
Rayno credits his obsession with service and his dedication to customer satisfaction to his 15-year career as a waiter. He’s always had an adventurous side enjoying hobbies such as hang gliding, skateboarding, surfing and trail running. As per family tradition, Rayno loves his music and plays a number of instruments, even having composed a few of his own original songs.