GET 10, NMEA 2000 Tilt/Trim Analog Adapter
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GARMINGET 10, NMEA 2000 Tilt/Trim Analog Adapter

Model # 11068707 | Mfg # 010-11325-00UPC # 753759098476

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GET 10, NMEA 2000 Tilt/Trim Analog Adapter

Name Value
Type NMEA Cable

Product Overview

With the GET 10 Engine Tilt/Trim Analog Adapter aboard your vessel, you can give new life to your old gauges by making the transition from analog to digital.

This simple-to-install adapter takes the data generated by traditional analog gauges and converts the data into a NMEA 2000 signal so you can create or expand your network without replacing all of the equipment on your boat.

Connect to Your Network: With the Garmin GET 10 adapter, you can convert analog information provided via the engine-tilt sensor (not included) on your boat to your NMEA 2000 network. The GET 10 allows you to observe engine-tilt information on compatible Garmin display devices connected to your NMEA 2000 network.

Upgrade With Ease: The NMEA 2000 analog adapters from Garmin are easy to add to any existing marine network. Once installed, the data from the adapters can be viewed via the GMI™ 10 Marine Instrument Display and other compatible Garmin devices. This easy-to-use set-up will help you bring your older dashboard into the digital age.

This cable from Garmin is 16' long and is compatible with Garmin's GMI 10, GMI 20, and GPSMAP products. 


  • Dimensions: 31/32"W x 43/64"H x 3 3/32"D 
  • Weight: 12.85 oz. 
  • Total Cable Length: 16'
  • Temperature Range: From 5°F to 158°F
  • Compass Safe Distance: 2" 
  • Power Input Source: 9–16 Vdc from the NMEA 2000 bus
  • NMEA 2000 Power Usage: 1 W max (100 mA)
  • NMEA 2000 Load Equivalency Number (LEN): 2

Installation Guide

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