About Us

In the late 1990's vehicle vision systems and rear view backup camera systems were sold almost exclusively for waste management trucks and recreational vehicles. System costs were prohibitive and were a major impediment to widespread deployment.

We developed a modular rearview camera system that offered simple installation, excellent operational performance, all at a competitive price. Lower up front costs provided the economic justification for deploying these systems, and the rest is history.

Vehicle vision systems are now common place: from the courier truck to your personal vehicle to municipal vehicles and we are justifiably proud to have played a key role in the widespread utilization of what was once considered a luxury item.

Need help? We use the products we sell and can answer any questions regarding installation and use of our systems. Please contact us.

CONTACT US

If you have any inquires or questions feel free to contact us immediately using any of the methods below.


mobilesafety.net
A Division of Winsted Group Inc.

Head Office:
6436 Highway 89
Alliston, ON, Canada L9R 1V2

Bus: (705) 434-0253
Fax: (705) 435-6419
Toll Free: (888) 434-0253

Admin:
admin@mobilesafety.net
Sales:
sales@mobilesafety.net
Support:
support@mobilesafety.net

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FAQ

How long has this company been around?

What method of payment is available?

Why are these prices so low?

Is the installation difficult?

How far will the Infrared lights shine?

Will the picture be as clear as my home television?

How big is the picture on the various size monitors?

Do I need sound?

Where I would use a black/white v.s. colour camera?

What is the difference a "rear-view" camera and a "back-up" camera system?

What is the difference between cameras with 1/4" CCD and 1/3" CCD?

Is it true that some CMOS cameras match CCD image quality?

What is the difference between waterproof ratings IPX6 and IPX5?

How do different camera lens angles affect what I see?

Are your cameras compatible my Pioneer DVD Navigation System?