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Interconncting Seatalk Networks

I have a C120 chartplotter. I had a raystar 125 GPs anntena connected on the seatalk network and it finally quit. I bought a RS 130 GPs anntena and it uses the seatalk ng network. Does anybody know if I can cut the seatalk ng cable and connect certain wires to the 3 wire seatalk network cable like I did for the RS 125?
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Re: Interconncting Seatalk Networks

Can't you just use a "T" fitting? i'd call the RayMarine engineers.
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I called the Raymarine Tech support and they have told me I need to spend another 95 dollars and get the Seatalk 1 to seatalk ng adapter. Boy o Boy!
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Interconncting Seatalk Networks

I feel your pain! I thought I could connect my TackTick wind instrument to a nmea network. I can for $500!
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Re: Interconncting Seatalk Networks

but the C120 has a seatalkng port!
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Re: Interconncting Seatalk Networks

My multifunction display is the C120 Classic and doesn't have the seatalk ng. It is about 4 years old. It has seatalk 1 and seatalk 2. The new C120 widescreen I believe has the seatalk ng.
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