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Re: Advice on Buying Mulit Unit vs Separate Items

I have Raymarine instruments which work in both system mode but can be turned on individually. You can always do that. A lot of times there is a monetary savings in buying something's in packages. For instance radar/ Chartplotter is a commonly discounted package.

Since many of the manufactures are running on nmea 2000 now it is easy to mix and match as its not a proprietary network only however mine was simple to put together as they all talk both seatalkng and nmea2000.

Dave
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