AIR-331-104-01

Furuno NMEA2000 Output Cables

Furuno NMEA2000 Output Cables

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These NMEA2000 output cables are designed for use with Airmar Ultrasonic WeatherStation sensors.

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Furuno NMEA2000 Output Cables AIR-331-104-01 NMEA2000 output cable with 5-pin male plug connector, 10m
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