408390-1

Humminbird NMEA2000 Module

Humminbird NMEA2000 Module

Description

The Humminbird NMEA2000 Module allows the user to view data for up to two engines and two fuel tanks.

Features

  • Waterproof black box, connects via Ethernet
  • View fuel consumption and engine performance at a glance
  • Easily connects to established NMEA2000 networks
List Price
$199.99
Your Price
$189.40
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Details

To use this product a NMEA2000 backbone is required.

Compatibility:

  • 1100 Series™: 1198c SI, 1197c SI
  • 900 Series™: 998c SI, 958c, 958c DI
  • 800 Series™: 898c SI, 858c, 958c DI
  • 700 Series™: 798ci HD SI Combo, 788ci HD, 788ci HD DI Combo, 778c HD
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Humminbird NMEA2000 Module 408390-1 NMEA2000 Module
$189.40
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