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NMEA2000 Wall Duct / micro-c

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Wall duct for running NMEA2000 network cables. For assembly, a hole with 12 mm diameter is necessary.

Find useful information about the basics and how to assemble an NMEA2000 network in our NMEA2000 guide.

Our SVB NMEA2000 video tutorial provides an insight into the basics of the NMEA2000 system.

Note: Only products that are clearly marked "NMEA2000 certified" meet the high standards of such certification. Products that are marked "NMEA2000 compliant" are not NMEA2000 certified and might not function properly in combination with certified devices.
This product is NMEA2000 certified and thus meets the high standards of certification.

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Vitalijs P.
by Vitalijs P. Flag of Latvia 7/22/2020 Verified purchase
Very good job!
Quality very good. thank you.
Andreas S.
by Andreas S. Flag of Germany 6/19/2023 Verified purchase
As a wall duct at the helm station above
Frank B.
by Frank B. Flag of Germany 7/12/2018 Verified purchase
perfect to connect the plotter in the cockpit ...

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