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Old 08-23-2010, 05:37 PM   #1
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Flash from the past - 2001 Panasonic Backup Camera

Looking for any info on this Panasonic camera from circa 2001:

12V color camera
Model TW-CC200BMT

I need it for a new nav system install I'm doing & need connector info.

Zero info on Panasonic's web site.
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To answer my own post . . .

I'm about to replace the Panasonic backup camera because Google, Panasonic, and Newmar didn't have any info on the camera. Not too suprising as it's 10 years old.

Strangely, TripTek had the most info because a TripTek system was connected to the original Panasonic radio. They referred me to Mito Corp in Elkhart, but by then I had decided to go with a new camera because I wanted audio & IR capabilities.

Anyway, this looks like a saga as I will now have to run a cable from the new backup camera from http://www.rvcams.com to the new Clarion nav unit.

Talked with Newmar support about how to run the cable and they thought I might be able use the existing camera cable to pull through the new cable. Think again. Tried that. I think there are too many twists and turns in the existing cable.

So let the drilling begin!
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Sorry we couldn't help on this one must be some 2001 MA's out there out of 71 view's but I guess not, nothing I pulled up could get a answer either.
The rear shell may be open to floor of coach and you may be able to fish a wire down to engine compartment than run along chassis rails to front of coach and up through floor to monitor on dash or fish "A" channels to get below TV housing. Thats where my monitor is.
Not a easy job but will be worth the effort.
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Sorry we couldn't help on this one must be some 2001 MA's out there out of 71 view's but I guess not, nothing I pulled up could get a answer either.
The rear shell may be open to floor of coach and you may be able to fish a wire down to engine compartment than run along chassis rails to front of coach and up through floor to monitor on dash or fish "A" channels to get below TV housing. Thats where my monitor is.
Not a easy job but will be worth the effort.
Took your advice. I was able to get the wire down from the camera, down the back, and into the engine compartment. Tomorrow the rest of the way.
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