Germes Lab Rear View Camera Connection Cable for Renault Clio Sandero Trafic Opel Dacia with MediaNav Monitor
Germes Lab. Rear View Camera Connection Cable for Renault Clio Sandero Trafic Opel Dacia with MediaNav Monitor: Electronics. Buy Germes Lab. Rear View Camera Connection Cable for Renault Clio Sandero Trafic Opel Dacia with MediaNav Monitor: Vehicle Backup Cameras - ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases. Save by connecting aftermarket car rear view camera without a video interface . Compatible with Renault, Opel, Vauxhall and Dacia equipped with Media Nav and Media Nav Evolution monitors . No risk of voiding car warranty as the cable offers simple Plug&Play connection without the need to cut car wiring . Image from the camera appears on the screen automatically when you switch to reverse . Continue using all of the OEM functions as you did before connecting the cable . Cable for rear view camera connection to the OEM monitor Media Nav/Media Nav Evolution in Renault, Opel and Dacia. The cable offers Plug&Play installation of the aftermarket rear view camera without damaging the car wires. . Image from the rear view camera will automatically be displayed on the screen when reversing. The device is connected to the 24 pin socket (marked red on the picture). After connection all OEM functions which work using this socket are preserved due to transit type of connection..Note! Input for rear view camera should be activated by Renault dealer or using alternative Menaco or Menavrus firmware..Compatibility.Monitor: . Media Nav. Media Nav without navigation. Media Nav Evolution.Renault / Dacia Models: . Clio 4 2012– . Dokker 2012- . Dokker VAN 2012- . Dokker VP 2012- . Duster 2012- . Kwid 2015- . Lodgy 2012- . Logan 2012- . Logan MCV 2012- . Sandero 2012- . Sandero Stepway 2012- . Trafic 2012- . Twingo 2014- . Captur 2013- . Clio 2013- . Clio Estate 2013- . Trafic Combi 2013- .Opel / Vauxhall Models:. Vivaro 2014-. Vivaro Combi 2014-. Vivaro Crew Van 2014-. Vivaro Platform Cab 2014-.Note! Media Nav monitors only support the NTSC standard.. . . .