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What is a NMEA 2000 cable used for?

NMEA 2000 (IEC 61162-3) is a communications standard used by the maritime industry to connect engines, instruments and sensors on ships, for example. It is based on Controller Area Network (CAN) and allows data to be sent/received between devices over a single network "backbone" cable.



The high-level capabilities of NMEA 2000 are based on SAE J1939 and ISOBUS (ISO 11783), commonly used in heavy-duty vehicles and agricultural/forestry machinery respectively.



NMEA 2000 succeeds the older version NMEA 0183 and is used today on most modern maritime vessels such as boats, ships, yachts and related equipment/sensors.



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