Garmin GPS/Backup Camera Bundle: This bundle includes the following
- RV 760LMT: The Garmin RV 760LMT is a portable GPS
navigation device that provides automatic routing and turn-by-turn voice
directions. It is designed for recreational vehicles (RVs), and includes
customized RV routing for the US and Canada. The
unit includes subscription-free, lifetime traffic updates and free lifetime map updates. With built-in Bluetooth, you can make and receive
hands-free phone calls through a Bluetooth-enabled phone, plus receive live
services through a free Smartphone Link app.
- BC 20: The Garmin BC 20 is a wireless backup camera, designed for
use with the
RV 760LMT and
personal navigation devices (PND). In addition to the camera, the package includes a
transmitter and wireless PND mount (which contains the wireless receiver). The
BC 20 has a range of approximately 45 feet. If needed, an optional
cable is available.
BC 20 Backup Camera Features
7" Touchscreen LCD: The RV 760 LMT features a large 7" color TFT touchscreen LCD
with white backlight, and a resolution of 800 x
Preloaded Maps: The RV 760 LMT contains NAVTEQ's City Navigator North
America NT 2013 maps. Maps includes detailed coverage of the United States*,
Canada, Mexico*, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, The Bahamas,
French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthélemy, and Jamaica.
*Unverified government data is used in Hawaii and Mexico.
Free Lifetime Map Updates: The RV 760 LMT offers free
lifetime map updates so you'll always have the most up-to-date maps, POIs, and
navigation information. Map updates are available for download up to 4 times a
year with no subscription or update fees and no expiration dates. Free Lifetime
Map Updates are subject to
nüMaps Guarantee: If you register your device on Garmin's website
within 90 days of acquiring satellites while driving, you can check to see if a
free map update is available. You must be able to connect your device via a
high-speed internet connection in order to check the loaded map version and
download the map update.
Garmin Express: You can connect the unit to your computer
with the supplied USB cable for downloading map updates, custom POIs, voices,
and vehicles. You will need to download the Garmin Express software to update your maps and register the unit. Garmin Express requires Windows Vista or newer or Mac OS X
10.7 or higher, running in 64-bit.
America's RV Parks & Services Directory: The Garmin RV 760
LMT includes data from America's RV Parks & Services Directory, a comprehensive
directory of nearly 20,000 RV parks and campgrounds, and approximately 14,000
service locations in the coverage area. You can search for sites with various
amenities, including hookups (full, electric, water, pull-throughs, dump
stations), accessibility (pet-friendly, handicap, big-rigs), recreational
(boating, fishing, swimming, cable TV, internet), and service (truck stops,
towing, repairs, tires).
Customized RV Routing: The included maps feature RV-related
restrictions, such as bridge heights, and related information for most major
highways. After entering your RV's dimensions (height, weight, width, and
length), the device will find routes that are suitable for your RV. While
traveling, the unit will display the elevation grade of your current route.
Bluetooth: The RV 760 LMT has built-in Bluetooth
technology. This allows you to sync the unit with a Bluetooth-enabled device for
hands-free calling through its integrated microphone and speaker. You can make
and receive phone calls as long as the devices are within 33 feet and paired.
microSD Card Slot: The RV 760 LMT has a microSD card slot so you can
store and use optional cityXplorer or marine maps (available from Garmin), or
download custom voices and vehicles from the Garmin Garage.
Windshield Mount: The RV 760 LMT features a mounting bracket
that holds the unit securely in place. The mount contains the connection jack
from the traffic receiver/car charger and the ball socket for the included
windshield mount. This allows you to detach the GPS unit and take it with you
when you leave the vehicle, without having to unplug it. The mounting bracket
also has two 3.5mm jacks.
Power Requirements: The Garmin RV 760 LMT is powered by
your vehicle's battery using the included 12/24-volt cigarette lighter power
adapter. The built-in Lithium-Ion battery will provide up to 2 hours of use
after a 4-hour charge. An optional
AC adapter allows you to operate the unit on ordinary household current.
The unit can be powered by your computer when it is connected via the supplied USB cable.
Garmin Real Directions/Garmin Real Voice: The RV 760 LMT
features Garmin Real Directions with easy-to-understand driving directions using
recognizable landmarks, buildings, and traffic lights, in addition to street
names. Garmin Real Voice uses advanced speech technology that sounds more like a
natural human voice.
Voice Command: You can use your voice to activate and
operate the RV 760 LMT. Voice Command allows you to use the device by speaking
words and commands and following the voice prompts. After speaking a
predetermined Wakeup Phrase, you can enter the names and/or address of popular,
well-known locations. If necessary, you can disable voice prompts without muting
the device, so you'll still hear the audible directions as you travel.
Smartphone Link: Smartphone Link is a phone application that
allows the device to download live data using your phone's data connection, and
transferring the data wirelessly via Bluetooth. The free Garmin Smartphone Link
app provides access to Garmin Live Services, which includes free and
subscription-based plans for viewing traffic data, weather, dynamic parking, and
fuel prices. Garmin Smartphone Link is available for iPhone in the App Store and
for Android in the Google Play store.
Garmin Traffic: Garmin Traffic helps you avoid traffic
tie-ups that may delay your travel. It uses one of the most extensive traffic
avoidance systems to check traffic conditions more than 2 billion times a month.
The traffic updates appear to the side of the map, so your driving map remains
onscreen at all times. The updates can give you details about the situation,
including the estimated length of the delay. Free Lifetime Garmin Traffic
requires no subscription or activation, and is subject to
Note: Traffic updates are available in approximately 98
markets throughout the U.S. and Canada. Location-relevant pop-up ads and
coupons will be received when traffic is enabled on the unit.
Optional Garmin HD Digital Traffic: When you add the
GTM60 HD Digital Traffic receiver, you will receive updates as often as
every 30 seconds over the HD Radio system, more than 10 times more often than
other analog traffic receivers. Garmin HD Digital Traffic is available in
approximately 84 metropolitan markets throughout the U.S.
Points of Interest: The built-in maps include over 10-million Points of Interest (POIs) such as hotels, restaurants, gas stations,
attractions, and ATMs. are included to help you find the destination you desire.
In addition, you can download additional points of interest and add them to the
unit's memory (Custom POIs). The free POI Loader software can be downloaded from
the Garmin website to assist you in creating Custom POIs.
Active Lane Guidance: Active Lane Guidance with voice
prompts lets you know in
advance which lane you should to be in to make an upcoming turn. In select
metropolitan areas, the RV 760 LMT will enter split screen mode to display the photoReal junction view, a realistic depiction of the junction, complete with
road signs and brightly-colored arrows to indicate the proper lane for navigation. The Bird's Eye
view also gives you a top-down view of upcoming interchanges.
Map View Options: You can choose from a 3D map view or two 2D map
views (Track Up or North Up) as you navigate to your destination.
Speed Limits: As you travel along a major road or street, the speed limit is
displayed on the screen alongside of the vehicle's speed display. If you are
exceeding the speed limit, the color of the vehicle speed indication changes to
red. If the highway's posted speed limit has changed since the last map update,
you can change the speed limit display on the unit.
Where Am I?: The "Where Am I?" feature gives you instant
access to important information in case of an emergency. When you touch the
vehicle icon on the map screen, the "Where
Am I?" feature provides the coordinates (including elevation) of your
current position, plus the nearest address and intersections. There are also
buttons to help you locate the nearest hospitals, police stations, gas stations,
and roadside assistance. You can also save the location for future reference.
Up Ahead: As you travel along your route, the Up Ahead
feature constantly indicates the location of nearby businesses, including gas,
food, lodging, restrooms, parking, and banks and ATMs. The locations are shown
as icons, some with brand logos, and when the icons are touched on the screen,
details of the services are displayed, and you are given the opportunity to
navigate to that address.
Garmin Locate: To assist you in finding your parked vehicle, the
Garmin Locate feature saves your location to memory when you remove the device
from the windshield mounting cradle while the device is on. You can search for
your vehicle's location using the Last Spot button in the menu.
Destination Search: When the Where To? button is pressed, you can use
the search tools to find your destination and plan your route. The search tools
allow you to search for cities, addresses, intersections, or coordinates. The
new Search Bar lets you directly enter a category, brand name, address, or city
name. The unit's memory stores the last 50 locations you have found so you can
quickly find a previous destination.
Garmin Garage: The unit offers your choice of eight standard
icons to represent your vehicle. The online Garmin Garage offers dozens more
vehicle icons that you can download for free. In addition, you can purchase icon
and voice bundles with Star Wars (Yoda, Darth Vader), Sesame Street (Oscar,
Cookie Monster, Ernie & Bert), and The Simpsons (Homer and Marge) themes.
BaseCamp Trip Planner: You can plan your next RV trip using
BaseCamp downloadable software. The software lets you view maps, plan
routes, mark waypoints and tracks from your computer and transfer them to your
RV 760 LMT.
Trip Computer: The trip information page displays your
current speed and direction, and provides helpful statistics
about your trip. Dual trip odometers keep up with your total mileage. The page
also indicates the distance and driving time to your next maneuver, as well as
the distance and driving time to your destination. Your maximum speed and moving
average speed are also displayed. The information can be reset in advance of
your next trip.
Where I've Been/Trip Log: The Where I've Been application
allows you to view your previous routes and places you have stopped on the map.
In addition, the device keeps a Trip Log, which is a record of the path you have
traveled. The Travel History setting must be enabled in order for the Where I've
Been and Trip Log features to function.
GPS Simulator: When indoors, you can activate the built-in
GPS simulator and practice using the unit. This turns off the GPS receiver so it's
not searching for satellites, saving battery power.
ecoRoute: The optional ecoRoute feature calculates the fuel
economy and the fuel price of navigating to a destination, and offers tools for
improving fuel efficiency. The ecoRoute application can be purchased from the
Garmin Online Store.
BC 20 Backup Camera Features
Camera: The BC 20 camera has a 1/3.7" CMOS image sensor with a
resolution of 640 x 480. It has a wide 140° horizontal and a 115° vertical
angle. Designed to withstand the rigors of highway travel, the BC 20 camera is
IPX-7 waterproof rated, with an operating temperature range of -40° to +185° F.
Camera Mount: The camera comes with an adjustable mount that allows
you to mount the camera on horizontal or vertical surfaces. You can tilt the
camera from 0° to 90° for the best viewing angle.
Note: You should take note of which direction is up when testing
the camera view before permanently mounting the camera.
Wireless System: The transmitter and receiver operate on the 2.4 GHz
ISM radio band. The transmitter sends the camera's video signal to the
navigator's receiver mount up to 45 feet away. The transmitter mounts on the
exterior of your RV or rig, about 3' from the camera. The receiver is integrated
into the device mount, and replaces the mount that comes with the RV 760LMT or
Camera Viewing: You can view the camera video at any time by
pressing the camera icon on the navigation device screen. You can toggle between
the map and the camera video in this manner. You can also wire the camera power
to your reverse lights, and the navigator will automatically display the camera
every time the vehicle is shifted into reverse, and revert back to navigation
mode with shifted into a forward gear.