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SeaTalk NG to DeviceNet (NMEA2000) Adapter Cable, Female


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Model # 9717778 | Mfg # A06045

Product Description

The Raymarine SeaTalkng to DeviceNet adapter is used when connecting NMEA2000 standard devices to Raymarine SeaTalkng data network. The adapter cable has a standard white Raymarine spur connection on one end, and a NMEA2000 DeviceNet Female connector on the other. The adapter is approximately 10-inches long.

The adapter can also be used when connecting a Raymarine multifunction display, instrument, or AIS device to a NMEA2000 backbone.

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Raymarine SeaTalk NG to DeviceNet (NMEA2000) Adapter Cable, Female

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CPN700i to EV100 Autopilot

By Lonestar

from Texas

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    Comments about Raymarine SeaTalk NG to DeviceNet (NMEA2000) Adapter Cable, Female:

    I used this cable to connect my Standard Horizon CPN700i to a Raymarine p70 control head for the EV100 Wheel Autopilot. NMEA 0183 sensors into the CPN700i then CPN700i NMEA2000 port to the p70 SEATALKng port with this cable. All data is exchanged.

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    Make sure you get the right one...

    By smcahee

    from Fond du Lac, WI, USA

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    • Easy To Install
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        Comments about Raymarine SeaTalk NG to DeviceNet (NMEA2000) Adapter Cable, Female:

        Cable appears to be well-constructed. The Raymarine SeaTalk NG cables I've cut have the data wires seperately shielded from the power wires.

        The FEMALE designation refers to the 'DeviceNet' end of the cable, and is also known as a 'Micro-C' connector. This cable is typically used to connect a piece non-Raymarine equipment that has a Micro-C connector to a SeaTalk NG backbone composed of Raymarine cables and tees. If you're connecting a piece of Raymarine equipment with a SeaTalk NG connector to a NMEA200 backbone composed of 'standard' 'micro-c' cables and tees, you probably want the MALE version of this because your NMEA 2000 tee probably has a female connector for a spur connection.

        also note that the cable is 400 mm long, or about 16 inches. if you need longer you either need to run your backbone closer to the device or use a 'standard' 'micro double ended' NMEA 2000 cordset as an extension. Unlike SeaTalk NG cables (which have all female ends) they have one male end and one female end. Raymarine does not currently make anything to extend a SeaTalk NG spur cable.

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