RAYMARINE Adapter Cable SeaTalk NG to NMEA 2000, female

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RAYMARINE Adapter Cable SeaTalk NG to NMEA2000, male

RAYMARINE adapter cable to connect a SeaTalk-NG device (e.g. multifunctional displays) to an existing NMEA2000 network. Length: 1.5 meters.

Item no.
60707
EAN
00723193060452
Model no.
A06045
Description
RAYMARINE - Micro-C NMEA2000 to SeaTalk NG / female
Length
40 cm

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RAYMARINE adapter cable to connect a NMEA2000 device (e.g. multifunctional displays) to an existing Seatalk NG network. Length: 0.4 meters.

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Christophe G.
by Christophe G. Flag of Canada 6/13/2023 Verified purchase
fantastic...
it did its job on my Axiom
Thomas B.
by Thomas B. Flag of Denmark 2/12/2019 Verified purchase
Exact fit and delivery on time
Franz S.
by Franz S. Flag of Germany 9/6/2023 Verified purchase
Fits!
There is not much to say. This cable is an adapter cable that simply fits.
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RAYMARINE - Micro-C NMEA2000 to SeaTalk NG / female
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Technical question

Question:
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Dragos S. asked
on Feb 21, 2020
Flag of English Can this be used to connect B&G Vulcan plotter with Raymarine EV-200 Autopilot?
Answers:
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Darius V. answered
on Feb 23, 2020
Hi, Dragos. I am not sure about Vulcan, būt I'm connecting together Raymarine, Garmin and Lowrance devices by their nmea2000 ports. I use Seatalkng as a backbone, and connect Garmin/Lowrance by the seatalk/nmea adapter cable. Note, you cannot connect two devices directly, only using the backbone in between.
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Dragos S. answered
on Feb 23, 2020
Which adapter should i use to connect B&G backbone with Raymarine ng backbone?
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Darius V. answered
on Feb 24, 2020
If chartplotter is a single b&g instrument in your network, then you probably don't have the "b&g backbone". In such a case you just buy nmea2000 to Seatalkng adapter cable and plug it between Vulcan's nmea2000 port and your existing Raymarine backbone, if there is at least one free slot. Electrically nmea2000 and Seatalkng are the same. If there are no free slots in your Seatalkng network, then you will need to extend the Seatalkng backbone with the t-branch and some peace of Seatalkng backbone cable to make additional slot. Read your Raymarine manual for how to do it.
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Bernd G. answered
on Feb 24, 2020
If you have SeaTalk-NG cabling on board and the B&G plotter is to be used as an additional Devicenet component in this network and the B&G plotter has an NMEA2000 connector, then this adapter cable is the right one.
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Dragos S. answered
on Feb 24, 2020
I have plotter, radar and depth on B&G backbone and autopilot on Raymarine. I want to add an i60 wind instrument and use one of its 2 ports for connecting with spur cable to the seatalk backbone and the other port, using this adapter, for the b&g backbone. Is it going to work with this cable?