I am interested in converting my existing camera monitor, using VMS 330. The monitor, a 7" Mobile Vision, has an 8-pin DIN auxiliary input in the back of the unit. My question is, is the VMS 330 "plug and play"?

Submitted by Mark Overholser on Mon, 2013-07-08 09:31


I am not familiar with the Mobile Vision line of Monitors. If you can post the Model Number, we can try and determine if it uses standard NTSC Composite Video that the VMS330 uses.. If it does, and we can locate the specific Cable, we can make it Plug-and-Play..

Submitted by maxwell18 on Mon, 2015-03-09 15:16


Where can I find out more about the VMS330, where can I buy one and how much. Thanks

Submitted by Art on Tue, 2015-03-10 12:38

In reply to by maxwell18


Hello Maxwell The VMS-330 left the product lineup recently with the release of the VMS-333. There was also a price drop. The delivery price is 995 plus postage. It can be had with a phone call: (888) 741-0259 ( U.S. Only ) (541) 967-8111 ( World Wide ) Is this replacing another unit?

Submitted by james.isaacs1 on Fri, 2016-09-30 10:11


I am not sure of the system that is in my RV which is a 1999 vinage coach, it appears to be called a mc 1000, I would be very happy to know what it is called and what would be the right upgrade for the system if any. James

Submitted by Art on Fri, 2016-09-30 16:44


Hello James I've posted by email a picture to verify we're on the same page. My understanding is that the "ATI MC1000 MESSAGE CENTER" displays engine and transmission information and, during an unforeseen event, trouble codes. If this is the case, most any of our products will do at least what that is. The VMSpc is an entry-level, DIY unit used in conjunction with your PC--tablet or laptop. On up from there are several built-in models. One can overlay information over your back-camera monitor. One replaces that monitor with a similar-sized stand alone unit. On up from there is the full "Digital Dash" panel which replaces your entire gauge cluster with a new panel and screen. You should probably have a look at main body of the "front page" of the site, here: http://silverleafelectronics.com/ --And give a call to discuss the finer points and questions about the differences. Until then cheers Art //