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01-27-2009 12:30 AM
RL70 info....

You can go to the Raymairne Web Site and download the manual.
01-26-2009 05:38 PM
Adding Helm repeater to RL70 Radar

On our boat the PO installed a Raymarine RL70 monochrome radar with the display below at the backward facing nav station. It works perfectly, but is difficult to use due to the need to go below and reorient yourself to interpret it. I recently purchased on e-bay another RL70 display, and I hope to be able to hook it up with the existing RL70 to make a helm display. The second display came with no wires or instructions, but I consulted the manual for the existing RL70 and it says a repeater can be used with it. Has anyone actually hooked up such a repeater, and what wires, power hook up,etc. will I need?
Thanks in advance for any replies.

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