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BlackVue CM100 LTE Module (for DR900X/DR750X Series, NA Version)

$195.99 CAD

Item on backorder - ETA July 11th


BlackVue CM100 LTE Module for DR900X and DR750 Series

External 4G LTE module built for hassle-free Cloud connectivity anytime, anywhere

This CM100G LTE-M is the North American version and is only compatible with North American SIM cards.

The BlackVue CM100 LTE is an optional external LTE module built to elevate your BlackVue Cloud experience with the DR900X and DR750X series.

Built-in LTE category 4 offers fast, uninterrupted access to the BlackVue Cloud. Simply insert an active SIM card and connect the module to your DR900X or DR750X dash cam to stay connected to enjoy the BlackVue Cloud features anytime, from anywhere in the world.

The BlackVue CM100 LTE module is powered by the dashcam and includes a SIM card reader (SIM card not included).

Dash Cam Compatibility

The BlackVue CM100 LTE Module is compatible the BlackVue DR900X-2CH, DR900X-1CH, DR750X-2CH and the DR750X-1CH.  

Network Compatibility

This CM100G LTE-M is the North American version and is only compatible with North American SIM cards from the following networks: AT& T, T-Mobile, Telus, Rogers, Bell and the MVNOs.


BlackVue Cloud Anytime, Anywhere

Enjoy remote Live View and Push Notifications to your phone.

Visualize your car's location and speed on the map with GPS tracking.

Back up important videos to the Cloud remotely.

Play and download videos from your dashcam’s memory or the Cloud from anywhere.

Enjoy Two-way Voice Communication with the driver from the app through the BlackVue’s integrated speaker and mic.


LTE Connectivity

Built-in LTE category 4 - up to 150Mbps (download) / 50Mbs (upload)

Compatible SIM Networks

AT&T, T-Mobile

Compatible Dash Cams

BlackVue DR900X and DR750X series

Cable Length

56 inches / 1.4 meters

Installing the LTE Module

Installing the LTE module

  1. Using the SIM eject tool, carefully remove the SIM Card Tray from the module unit.
  2. Place your nano-SIM card on the card reader tray and return to the module unit.
  3. Connect the module to your BlackVue X-series dash cam using the micro USB cable included.
  4. Mount the module on your windshield using the included adhesive tape.

* Before installation, make sure the LTE module’s cable length is sufficient and check the cable routing path.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
ISRAEL B. (Monroe, US)
Instant connection for my dash cam!

If you hate how finicky your dash cams wanting to connect to a Wi-Fi hot spot connection is, then get this LTE module. You’ll be happy you did. Oh and don’t waste your time trying to get a SIM card to work with AT&T. I spent 2 hours on the phone with a very nice CS and her manager and they just just couldn’t make it happen. Not sure why I thought my experience would be different, but I guess I thought I’d be one of the success stories I read from a few commenters online. Sadly mine was with the majority of horror stories. Lol. Anyways, go with a T-mobile sim and it’ll work flawlessly. You can even get one online if there isn’t a nearby T-mobile store.

E.W.Wahl (Navarre, US)
Setup a breeze

Once I inserted the T-Mobile SIM and went through the easy setup I was up and running. I was surprised it was that easy to configure.

Dylan D. (Merville, CA)
Works great, even tucked away

It took a bit of back and forth with my carrier to get this to work, but once my plan was sorted out, I was easily able to activate the sim card through my DR900X. I decided I'd try to use it by just leaving the unit tucked up under the headliner. I expected it to have poor signal since it was so close to the car's metal roof, but so far it seems to be working just fine, and I don't need to have something extra mounted to my windshield.

If there was one negative, it would be the high price. A device that adds LTE functionality to a dashcam should definitely not cost more than $50 or so, but what can you expect when the lockout option for the same camera is $50 itself. Blackvue charges a premium for their products, but they do work really well, so to me it's worth it.