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garmin panoptix ethernet extension #13897036 02/21/21 09:43 PM
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I am in the process of putting my Garmin 1022 on a raised mount and ran into a problem. I have plenty of power line but the ethernet cable is too short. I see where the end piece fits into the cable about 2 ft down the cable. Im assuming Garmin has an extension of either the entire cable or a longer piece that fits into the end of the cable with the screwlock. Any help would be appreciated. Tried searching but not very much success. Ive seen some cables online but am not sure if they would fit. Thanks.

Just to clarify, I found a 12 meter cable on Amazon but am wondering if a shorter is available, or a longer "small coupling to networking end".

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Re: garmin panoptix ethernet extension [Re: dfd51] #13898921 02/23/21 02:34 PM
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I think they have a 20 ft cable and a 6ft cable. I bought the 20 ft.

Re: garmin panoptix ethernet extension [Re: petro] #13899612 02/23/21 10:52 PM
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Thanks. That's what I was figuring. Appreciate the response.

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