Maretron E2500 Wireless-N Router for N2KView

Maretron E2500 Wireless-N Router for N2KView


The Maretron E2500 Wireless-N Router for N2KView comes preconfigured to work with the N2KView Vessel Monitoring & Control System.


  • Supports both 2.4GHz or 5GHz bands
  • Up to 300+300 Mbps wireless speeds
  • Four 10/100 Ethernet ports for wired connections
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The Maretron E2500 is a 2.4GHz /5GHz Wireless-N router which comes pre-configured from the factory for use with Maretron's N2KView® Vessel Monitoring and Control system. Maretron's E2500 is the officially supported method for connecting client and server devices in the Maretron N2KView® Vessel Monitoring and Control System. Use the E2500 to connect PC's running Maretron's N2KServer® and N2KView® software, Maretron's MBB100 Black Box for Vessel Monitoring and Control, Maretron's DSM800 Vessel Monitoring and Control Indoor Display, Maretron's TSM800 8" Vessel Monitoring and Control Touchscreen, Maretron's TSM1330 13.3" Vessel Monitoring and Control Touchscreen and Maretron's IPG100 Internet Protocol Gateway.

Using the Maretron E2500 to interconnect the components of your N2KView® system will result in easy installation and reliable operation.

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