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Garmin GND 10 Black Box Interface

Garmin GND 10 Black Box Interface

Description

The Garmin GND 10 Black Box Interface bridge seamlessly integrates Nexus instruments and sensors with the Garmin family.

Features

  • Converts Data Between The Nexus Network And NMEA 2000
  • Provides Trouble-Free Compatibility Between Nexus And Garmin Products
  • Simple Plug-And-Play Installation Between Nexus, NMEA 2000, And USB
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$199.99
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$187.49
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Details

It converts data between the Nexus network and NMEA 2000 to provide trouble-free compatibility between Nexus and Garmin products including gWind and gWind Race wind transducers. Simple plug-and-play installation between Nexus and NMEA 2000, with USB connectivity eliminates need for user setup and system configuration.

Features:

  • No user setup or system configuration required
  • Allows PC applications such as NexusRace, Expedition, Adrena, or SeaTrack, to communicate sailing specific functions between Nexus and NMEA 2000 networks
  • Enables GND 10 software updates over NMEA 2000
  • Existing NexusRace PC application can be used to update software, configure, and calibrate Nexus devices over USB using the FDX protocol
  • Lighting levels of Nexus Marine instruments can be set from equipment connected to NMEA 2000
  • Allow setting and resetting of race start timers and distance logs from Garmin equipment connected to the NMEA 2000 network
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$187.49
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