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Cable – What are the correct cable sizes for an NMEA 2000 network?

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The three different sizes of NMEA 2000 certified DeviceNet standard cabling are Micro, Mid and Mini.

 

 

HONDA NMEA2000 Cable

 

Micro - Smallest size cabling for NMEA 2000 networks. Can be used to form the backbone of small installations as well as instrument supports.

 

Mid - an intermediate size cabling for use with NMEA 2000 backbone installations only. Better suited for large NMEA 2000 installations.

 

Mini - Largest size cabling. Again, it can only be used to install NMEA 2000 backbones. Popular solution for large NMEA 2000 installations.

 

The Premier Cable A2K range includes a variety of prefabricated lengths of miniature cable options with overmolded, waterproof (IP 67 when mated) and gold plated connectors.

 

Termination Resistor NMEA 2000 Micro-CNMEA2000 to DB9 cable

NMEA2000 CAN BUS GPS Antenna Cable

 

NMEA2000 M5 M8 M12 T type splitter cable

 

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