View footage right on your sat nav display (sold separately)
Wire to constant power and toggle easily between camera and navigation modes
Wirelessly transmits video up to 10 meters
Rugged enough to withstand harsh weather
Allows up to four cameras to be used together
Integrates with many nüvi® and dezl™ products.
A quality backup camera like the Garmin BC 30 can significantly enhance rearward visibility for drivers and, thus, help minimize the risk of “blind zone” accidents whenever your vehicle is moving in reverse.
Take the Worry out of Backing Up
When paired with a compatible sat nav, the BC 30 wireless backup camera helps you easily spot vehicles, pedestrians, pets and other hard-to-see obstructions behind your vehicle. If the camera is wired to your reverse lights for power, your navigator can automatically display camera footage every time the vehicle is shifted into reverse – and go back into navigation mode when shifted into a forward gear.
See Clearly What Needs to be Seen
As another option, you can wire the system to constant power, which allows you to toggle between the navigation display and backup display modes at the press of a button. The transmitter will send camera footage to your navigator’s receiver mounted up to 33 feet (10 meters) away (range varies based on installation; some vehicles may require an extension cable, sold separately).
Professional Installation Recommended
For installation, Garmin recommends taking the BC 30 to your dealer. But if you’re a diehard do-it-yourselfer, that’s an OK alternative as well. You’ll need to mount the camera on the rear of your vehicle and connect it to a power source, such as the rear lights. The BC 30 is rugged enough to withstand even the harshest of weather. And up to 4 cameras can be used together in 1 system, for multiple viewing angles.
IN THE BOX:
BC 30 wireless backup camera with mounting bracket
Wireless transmitter and power cable
Traffic receiver/vehicle power cable
115 degrees (vertical);
140 degrees (horizontal)
640 x 480
Wireless transmission distance
13.5 m (45 ft), North America;
10 m (32 ft), Worldwide