E22158

Raymarine SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng Converter Kit

Raymarine SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng Converter Kit

Description

The Raymarine SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng Converter Kit includes all of the necessary components to interface to SeaTalk1 devices.

Features

  • Works with legacy ST40, ST60+, Raystar 125 GPS sensors and LifeTag Wireless Man Overboard Systems
  • Easy plug-and-play connectivity with SeaTalkng networks
  • Included SeaTalkng components establish basic backbone connectivity
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The SeaTalk 1 to Seatalkng converter allows select SeaTalk 1 devices to interface and communicate on the Raymarine SeaTalkng data network. It is compatible with legacy ST40, ST60+, Raystar 125 GPS sensors and LifeTag Wireless Man Overboard Systems. The SeaTalk to SeaTalkng Converter kit is a compact solution that connects in-line with the SeaTalkng instrument network.


Features:

  • Easy plug-and-play connectivity with SeaTalkng networks.
  • Works with select SeaTalk 1 instruments, GPS sensors and LifeTag.
  • Included SeaTalkng components establish basic backbone connectivity.
  • Easily expanded using Raymairne SeaTalkng network components.
What's Included:
  • (1) SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng converter
  • (2) SeaTalkng terminators
  • (2) SeaTalk blanking plugs
  • (1) 400mm SeaTalk1 to SeaTalkng converter cable
  • (1) SeaTalkng power cable
  • (1) 1-meter SeaTalkng spur cable
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$94.99
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