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Classification of NMEA 2000 connectors

1. Device connector


NMEA 2000 device connectors are connectors used to connect devices to the bus. This type of connector usually only has one plug connector and two converters.



2. System connector


NMEA 2000 system connector is a connector used to connect different NMEA 2000 bus systems. This is a more complex connection type that can be connected to all connectors.


Field installable connector



3. Power connector


The NMEA 2000 power connector is used to provide power from the bus. This connector is designed to be compatible with other connectors.



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