408450-1

Humminbird 5 Port Ethernet Switch

Humminbird 5 Port Ethernet Switch

Description

The Humminbird 5 Port Ethernet switch requires the purchase of Ethernet cables and some models require a Ethernet adapter cable.

Features

  • Links multiple Humminbird head units together
  • Connects up to 5 Ethernet units
  • Works with NMEA 2000 network
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$269.99
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 All 8x9ci, 9x9ci and 11x9ci models require the Ethernet adapter cable to network.  

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