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Since the NMEA 2000 is a standard, you should be able to use any GPS receiver that outputs NMEA 2000. You may need a special cable since the Lowrance stuff MAY NOT be compatible (red or blue connectors?).
Anway, since you need a GPS received, you may want to look into this:
AIRMAR Electronic Catalog
If the link doesn't work it's the Airmar PB200, which is a GPS receiver AND an ultrasonic weather instrument. it also has a compass. This makes it possible for the unit to calculate true and apparant wind speed and direction.
It's probably expensive, but it provides a lot more info than just location.
I'm thinking of getting one, so I would love for you to be the ginuea pig!
Deep Blue C, 2002 C&C 110
Mt. Sinai, NY
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