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New Come !!! Marine NMEA 2000 Network Connectors and Cables from Premier Cable


NMEA 2000® is a higher layer protocol developed and maintained by the National Marine Electronics Association as a communications standard for the marine industry. This higher layer protocol is used primarily on boats and ships to connect equipment such as GPS, auto pilots, depth sounders, navigation instruments, engines, etc.


Several manufacturers, including Simrad, Raymarine, Stowe, and BRP, have their own proprietary networks that are compatible with or akin to NMEA 2000. Simrad's is called SimNet, Raymarine's is called SeaTalk NG, Stowe's is called Dataline 2000, and BRP's is called CZone. Some of these, such as SimNet and Seatalk NG, are a standard NMEA 2000 network but use non-standard connectors and cabling; adapters are available to convert to standard NMEA 2000 connectors, or the user can simply remove the connector and make a direct connection.


Premier Cable's NMEA 2000 Connectors and Cables for Marine Electronic Network, can be Compatible with many NME 2000 Micro C interface products. Such as Garmin, Raymarine, Lowrance, Navico Group of brands: Simrad, B&G and C-MAP...

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Our company's NMEA 2000 products include:



NMEA 2000 4/6/8 Way Connector Cable

NMEA 2000 ENGINE signal Cable

NMEA 2000 T connector Cable

NMEA 2000 Wiring Connector

NMEA 2000 Terminator

NMEA 2000 Field Installable Connector

NMEA 2000 T connector cableNMEA ENGINE signal cable

NMEA 2000 wiring connector



The pursuit of high quality, but the price is very reasonable, as NMEA2000 product manufacturer, Premier Cable insists on high quality and long-term development of export, welcome to consult our company's products,


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