A80247

Raymarine Raynet to RJ45 Female Adapter

Raymarine Raynet to RJ45 Female Adapter
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This adapter has a RayNet Female connector at one end, and a RJ45 Female Gland connector at the other end. The Gland makes the RJ45 Female socket watertight. A typical use for this cable would be to convert a RJ45 Digital Radar Cable to a RayNet Radar Cable so you can connect the cable directly into the new HS-5 Network Switch or directly into the back of an ace or gS Series multifunction display.

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Raymarine Raynet to RJ45 Female Adapter A80247 Raynet to RJ45 Female Adapter, 100mm
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