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Old 07 November 2004, 12:35   #1
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anybody help to connect my Garmin 182c to my Icom ic-m421 ,which has a nice rca connector,read the book,got the tee shirt,still no wiser,just call me Mr thicky.
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Mr Thicky number two over here then.

They just wont talk to each other.
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Maybe PM super radio man (Jon Brooks)???

Apart from that, no suggestions I'm afraid! Good luck Ray

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Mr Thicky No 3 - Raymarine won't 'talk' to Icom 421
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The 182 to 421 is quite easy, thats what I have.
Cut off the rca plug and connect the two wires to one of the channels from the 182. From memory they are Brown/blue and green/white. The + connects to the - on both. Should work no problem.
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The 182 to 421 is quite easy, thats what I have.
Cut off the rca plug and connect the two wires to one of the channels from the 182. From memory they are Brown/blue and green/white. The + connects to the - on both. Should work no problem.

DONT CUT THE PLUG OFF!
thats why we put a lead in the box!!

NMEA + inner
NMEA - outer

As per page 48 of the manual.

As fopr Garmins pin outs or anyone elses refer to them or their manual.

Hope that helps

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Sorry, realised it was the fuse I cut off as it was hardwired in and didn't use the one supplied. The connections were made to the flying lead AFTER the RCA plug.
Oops, hope nobody was too hasty
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Blimey ,that was close Rupert ,still not sure,does the green nmea out on the 182 go to the nmea + on the 421,and nmea in white to 421-.
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Blimey ,that was close Rupert ,still not sure,does the green nmea out on the 182 go to the nmea + on the 421,and nmea in white to 421-.
Garmin NMEA out it normally the blue lead.
This goes to the NMEA + in the M421
THe outer goes to NMEA - or ground on the Garmin
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