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Garmin Wireless Back-up Camera Extension Cable

Extend the range of your Garmin BC 20 Camera

Item # 150BC20EXT

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Item # 150BC20EXT

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$29.99

About the Garmin Wireless Back-up Camera Extension Cable

Add some versatility to your Garmin wireless back-up camera

You've got a Garmin portable navigator and a Garmin BC 20 wireless back-up camera for added safety when shifting into reverse. The problem is your new RV or trailer is longer than the range of the camera's transmitter. Or your vehicle has some metallic surfaces or appliances causing interference that you need to get around. Garmin's got your back with this handy 50-foot extension cable, which lets you extend the camera's range without a complicated installation. Simply plug the cable into the back of the camera and connect the transmitter at the other end where it's within transmission range of your Garmin navigator. You'll be backing out of parking spaces safely in no time. Warranty: 1 year.

What's in the box:

  • 50' Extension cable for Garmin BC-20 backup camera
MFR #010-12043-10

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Overview: You can extend the range of the Garmin BC 20 wireless backup camera with this 50-foot cable. The cable connects the camera to the wireless transmitter, and is ideal for use on longer vehicles. The cable has a male 4-pin connector on one and a female 4-pin connector on the other end.

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2 questions already asked

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Does this work with Garmin BC30?
[ John  Nov 28, 2015 ]
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It Sure Does
[ Anthony  Feb 09, 2016 ]
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Yes, it does.
[ James  Dec 21, 2015 ]
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Yes
[ John  Nov 29, 2015 ]
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Absolutely. Make sure you seal exposed connections with heat shrink tubing or connectors.
[ William  Nov 29, 2015 ]
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does this extension cable have 4 pins? It's for a garmen 20 camera
[ Tom  Aug 02, 2015 ]
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Yes, the cable has 4 pins and it works great with the Garmin camera.
[ James  Aug 04, 2015 ]
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The cable I ordered does have 4 pins
[ William H.  Aug 04, 2015 ]
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Yes, this is with four pins and is 100% compatible with the Garmin 2798LMT with B/U Camera.
[ William  Aug 04, 2015 ]
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Yes, the extension cable does have a 4pin connector. Remember the cable connections are not water proof so make sure that you put black tape around the connection so it does not get water in it.
[ Howard  Aug 03, 2015 ]
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Yes. I am using this cable with a RV750LMT and the wireless BC20 back up camera.
[ MICHAEL  Aug 03, 2015 ]
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im sorry, unfortunetley I do not know
[ AAA Equipment  Aug 03, 2015 ]
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Yes it has the 4 pins and just plugs in.. I also use a little electrical tape to hold the connection together.
[ John  Aug 03, 2015 ]
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The ends are the same and on what comes with the camera. I would have to look Just an extension
[ STEVEN J  Aug 03, 2015 ]

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