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Garmin GC™ 12 Marine Camera Installation Instructions
Installation Diagram
GC™ 12 MARINE CAMERA
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Mounting Considerations
You can mount the camera upside-down or sideways. You can
reverse the camera image to use in rearview mode. See your
chartplotter owner's manual for instructions.
You should mount the camera in a location where it is
• not an obstacle in doorways or walkways.
• not exposed to extreme temperatures.
• not exposed to gas or oil.
• not exposed to radioactivity.
• not facing into direct sunlight or a direct reflection of sunlight.
Tools Needed
• 1 A fuse or circuit breaker
• Drill and 2 mm (1/16 in.) drill bit
Mounting the Camera
1 Secure the template À to the mounting location.
2 Using a 2 mm (1/16 in.) drill bit, drill the pilot holes.
3 Adjust the dome base Á to the correct orientation for your
desired camera tilt.
4 Secure the dome base to the mounting location using the
included tapping screws Â.
5 Insert the camera à into the dome base.
6 Secure the set screws Ä into the dome front Å using the
included wrench.
Installation Considerations
You must connect the camera power wire to the battery through
a 1 A fuse or circuit breaker. If you do not use a fuse or circuit
breaker, the camera can malfunction.
Some Garmin GPSMAP chartplotters have a built-in CVBS
video encoder. Video from the camera or cameras appears on
all chartplotters on the network when plugged into a single
CVBS IN port. Go to www.garmin.com/manuals/gc12 for a list of
compatible GPSMAP chartplotters.
If you want to use more than one camera or the chartplotter
does not have a CVBS IN port, you must use an encoder.
You can add up to four cameras to one encoder and up to two
encoders to the Garmin Marine Network.
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GC 12 Marine Camera
1 A fuse or circuit breaker (not included)*
12 Vdc Power source
BNC to BNC Coax Video Cable (not included)
Compatible Garmin chartplotter
*You must connect the camera power wire to the battery through
a 1 A fuse or circuit breaker. If you omit a fuse or circuit breaker,
the camera can malfunction.
Installation With Encoder Diagram
You can add more than one camera to your network when you
use an encoder.
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GC 12 Marine Camera
1 A fuse or circuit breaker (required, not included)*
12 Vdc Power source
BNC to BNC Coax Video Cable (not included)
Network cable
Power-over-Ethernet isolation coupler (GPN 010-10580-10)
Garmin Marine Network cable
Axis Q7424 Encoder (optional/not included)
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Compatible Garmin chartplotter
*You must connect the camera power wire to the battery through
a 1 A fuse or circuit breaker. If you omit a fuse or circuit breaker,
the camera can malfunction.
Troubleshooting
Video Does Not Appear on the Chartplotter Screen
• Verify all cables are firmly connected.
• Verify the video cable is connected to the camera video
output port.
Image on the Chartplotter Screen is Dim or Dark
• Verify the lens is clean. If necessary, wipe the lens with a
soft, clean cloth.
• If the camera is exposed to too much direct light, change the
camera position or location.
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• Adjust the contrast on your chartplotter. See your chartplotter
manual for instructions.
Image on the Chartplotter Screen Flickers
• Verify the camera points away from the sun.
• Adjust the contrast on your chartplotter. See your chartplotter
manual for instructions.
Camera is Not Working and the Surface is Hot
• Verify the camera is connected to an appropriate power
source.
Specifications
Dimensions (W x H)
50.5 x 44.3 mm (2 x 1 3/4 in.)
Weight
150 g (5.3 oz.)
Operating temperature
From -10 to 50°C (from 14 to 122°F)
Operating current
IR off: 80 mA
IR on: 170 mA
Storage temperature
From -15 to 60°C (from 5 to 140°F)
Power input
From 9 to 18 Vdc
Viewing angle
Vertical: 52 degrees
Horizontal: 69 degrees
IR distance
10 m (33 ft.)
Video output
CVBS PAL
Effective pixels
Vertical: 582
Horizontal: 976
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