010-11232-10

Garmin FMI 15 Fleet Management Interface Cable

Garmin FMI 15 Fleet Management Interface Cable

Description

The Garmin FMI 15 Fleet Management Interface Cable is a mini-B USB connector that provides easy and safe connection of the cable to the Garmin device.

Features

  • One End Of The Cable Contains Bare Wires For Termination With Any Connector And/Or Additional Interface Electronics That May Be Required For Connection To Host Fleet Management Hardware
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$37.13
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Enable fleet management capabilities for devices that support our Fleet Management Interface with this power/data cable¹. 

Please consult your fleet management system provider for an FMI 15 cable that is properly terminated for connection to its fleet management hardware or ask your fleet management system provider for details on what connector and/or additional interface electronics must be added to the FMI 15.

¹Replaces FMI 10 cables (010-11232-00 and 010-11627-00)

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Garmin FMI 15 Fleet Management Interface Cable 010-11232-10 FMI 15 Fleet Management Interface Cable
$37.13
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