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Old 01 September 2007, 05:20   #1
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Displaing Suzuki Engine Data on Raymarine Plotters

Hi guys,

Has anyone managed to connect up their Suzuki engine to any raymarine equipment?

From what I understand they are both meant to be data in NMEA format which means they should be compatible. If the theory holds true I should be able to display my engine imformation onto my Raymarine display???

Has any one achieved this??? What is involved?


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Old 01 September 2007, 16:17   #2
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Not tried it yet, but I've bought the engine lead that plugs into an NMEA2000 backbone. I don't think Raymarine use standard NMEA2000 plugs though. I think you've got to buy their dedicated SeaTalk adapter.
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