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Car Video Interface for BMW F20/F30

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Product code:
838131
Weight:
0.8 kg
 

 

Short Review. Car video interface for BMW F20/F30 and otther BMW models of 2012 and following model year equipped with 6pin connector monitors. Is used to connect video sources to your OEM car monitor.

Description:

Car video interface helps to use video sources such as navigation box, DVD player, TV receiver, rear view camera on your OEM car monitor. This car video interface is designed specifically for BMW F20/F30 and other BMW models of 2012 and following model year equipped with 6pin connector monitors.

Video Interface for BMW F20/F30
Technical Specifications

  • Possibility to use iDrive buttons to control external video sources
  • OEM radar picture display
  • Inputs
    • AV IN × 2
    • RGB (HD)
    • Camera
  • DIP switch
  • Original connectors used (no need to cut wires)

Video Interface for BMW
Compatibility

Model Model years Head unit
From To
1 Series (F20) 2012 Monitors with
6 pin connector
3 series (F30)
5 series
7 series

Video Interface for BMW
Manuals

Video Interface for BMW
Package Content

  • BMW video interface box
  • Connection cables kit

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*Product package content and appearance may differ from those presented on the website and depend on video interface version. Please, ask sales manager before purchase.

Note! The video interface must be installed only by the high skilled specialists. In case the device is installed incorrectly the car electronics can be damaged or go out of order.
We are not liable for damage or incorrect operation of the equipment in the case of improper installation.


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