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Old 23 April 2016, 12:27   #1
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Icom M323 to Garmin NNEA 2000

Hi I have a garmin NNEA 2000 network on my Rib, after 3 Garmin VHFs have broken I decided to buy an Icom M323. Now getting a bit confused with how to wire up the data, to get the most out of the VHF

My Icom has 4 wires
Brown - Talker B (Data-L)
White - Talker A (Data-H)
Green - Listener B (Data-L)
Yellow - Listener A (Data-H)

My Garmin NNEA 2000 Network has a 5 core cable as follows
Pin 1 = Shield
Pin 2 = Red (NETS +ve)
Pin 3 = Black (NETC ground)
Pin 4 = White (NETH High Signal)
Pin 5 = Blue (NETL Low Signal)

On the garmin network I have a 5008 Chartplotter, AIS600, Fuel Guage & Depth sounder

Can anyone help with the best way to wire up the network


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Old 23 April 2016, 16:40   #2
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The Icom 323 isn't nmea2000, only nmea0183. You will have to use the nmea0183 input on your plotter.

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