Radar Mount Direct Wire Power Cord for Beltronics Radar Detectors

Radar Mount 3005001B: RJ11 Direct Wire for Beltronics RX65, Sti, Magnum, GX65, RX

• Compatible with Beltronics Detectors.
• 8 foot mesh-loomed power cable.
• High quality connectors for years of use.
• Easily replaceable Automotive Spade fuse.
• Plug and Play with Radar Mount Fuse Taps (3006001, 3006002, 3006003, 3006004).

Use a Radar Mount Direct Wire TM power cord to hardwire your Radar Detector to your car’s fuse box, for the ultimate clean integration. Don’t forget one of our Direct Wire Fuse Taps (PN 3006001, 3006002, 3006003, 3006004). Pair a DirectWireTM cord with our MirrorMountTM for the ultimate factory-installed appearance, and superior detection range!

Product Features

  • Compatible with Beltronics Detectors.
  • 8 foot mesh-loomed power cable.
  • High quality connectors for years of use.
  • Easily replaceable Automotive Spade fuse.
  • Plug and Play with Radar Mount Fuse Taps (3006001, 3006002, 3006003, 3006004).

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2 Responses to Radar Mount Direct Wire Power Cord for Beltronics Radar Detectors

  1. Anonymous says:

    Works as I hoped. Easier than splicing those tiny low voltage wires in order to hard wire a detector. Only complaint is that instructions could be more detailed. Maybe I missed it but I had to figure out for myself that for the slot where you plug this in, the original fuse that was in that slot MUST be plugged into the piggyback slot on this cord’s plug, in order for current to pass through to detector — even if you’re not using the original accessory that fuse is for. The two are in series,…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Mine came improperly wired, with inverted polarity. Even looking at the picture, you can see that the red wire should be on the right of the black one, but it was on the left in the item I received. I had to install it on my daughter’s car and did not have a multimeter with me, spending an hour trying to get it to work – it did not work even I connected directly to the battery. I figured it out after getting home, checking it using a multimeter first and then testing it with reversed…