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What are the advantages of NMEA 2000?

NMEA 2000 T-connector



Its simple connections make NMEA 2000 networks easy to install.



• NMEA 2000 network reliability. They're self-configuring and require no setup, meaning you can easily add or remove any compatible device without restarting your network.



• Unlike NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 networks do not have the problem of different baud rates.



• An NMEA 2000 network allows up to 50 different compatible devices to connect to each other.



• When converting to NMEA 2000, you do not need to replace your entire NMEA 0183 network. You can easily connect to new networks while retaining your currently installed NMEA 0183 devices using an NMEA 2000 gateway.



NMEA 2000 Multi-port T-connector 2-port CAN Bus NMEA2000 Electronics 3-Port Connector

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