A06033

Raymarine Backbone Cables for SeaTalk

Raymarine Backbone Cables for SeaTalk

Description

The Raymarine Backbone Cables for SeaTalk run through the length of the boatin a SeaTalk installation.

Features

  • Carries both data and power to attached devices
  • Can be joined together with backbone extender
  • Individual devices connect to the backbone by spur cables that run to T-pieces on the backbone
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$24.99
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In a SeaTalk installation, a backbone cable runs through the length of the boat.

Individual devices connect to the backbone by spur cables that run to T-pieces on the backbone. The backbone carries both data and power to attached devices. The backbone should be sized so that it will run past every location where an NG or NMEA 2000 device might be installed.

Two backbone cable lengths can be joined together by part A06030, a backbone extender.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Backbone Cables for SeaTalk A06033 Backbone cable for SeaTalk, 400 millimeters
$24.99
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Raymarine Backbone Cables for SeaTalk A06034 Backbone cable for SeaTalk, 1 meter
$29.99
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Raymarine Backbone Cables for SeaTalk A06035 Backbone cable for SeaTalk, 3 meters
$34.99
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Raymarine Backbone Cables for SeaTalk A06036 Backbone cable for SeaTalk, 5 meters
$44.99
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Raymarine Backbone Cables for SeaTalk A06068 Backbone cable for SeaTalk, 9 meters
$59.99
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Raymarine Backbone Cables for SeaTalk A06037 Backbone cable for SeaTalk, 20 meters
$74.99
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine SeaTalk Backbone Terminator A06031 SeaTalk backbone terminator
$9.99
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Raymarine SeaTalk Backbone Extender A06030 SeaTalk backbone extender
$14.99
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