Backing Boats Made Easy with Trailer Backup Camera
It’s time to take the worry out of backing your boat with a trailer backup camera. We’ve all had people walk swiftly into our blind spots while we’re concentrating on backing our boat. We’ve all had to back into very narrow ramps, worrying about scraping our tires/wheels, and we’ve all had to back into very tight parking spots at hotels or into limited garage space. Not to mention the fear of putting a nice dent in your bumper when lining up your truck and trailer!
We’ve come up with an easy-to-use, time saving solution for your boat towing nightmares with a Garmin wireless backup camera. Paired with compatible dēzlCam, Garmin Drive, or nüviCam series personal navigation GPS devices, you can see clearly what needs to be seen.You have the ability to add up to four cameras in case you want to install one in your cowling hood or the back of your boat trailer (may require an extension cable, sold separately). Each camera transmits wirelessly up to 45 feet, or you can hardwire it to constant power, which allows you to toggle between the navigation display and backup display modes at the press of a button.
Do yourself a favor and take the worry out of backing up by installing a BC 30 backup camera.
Bass Angler Magazine Editor Mark Lassagne recently completed his backup camera installation for these very reasons. See how he likes it here.
Before installation, don’t forget to download the latest software for your Garmin devices using Garmin Express.
We recommend taking your BC 30 to your dealer for installation. However, if you’re a diehard do-it-yourselfer, here’s a video series on how to install the BC 30 wireless backup camera.
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