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[CA11] Ultimate sonar fish finder package.
02-23-19, 06:22 AM (This post was last modified: 02-23-19 08:05 AM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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RE: [CA11] Ultimate sonar fish finder package.
What component(s) are needed to properly network so all sonar can be seen at the same time.

Also, can you provide model #'s.
Here is my current order;

-1; RAE7037300NAG Raymarine AXIOM PRO 16 RVX w/ NAG E70373-00-NAG
-1; RAXM81121 Raymarine Type 2 Hydraulic 12v Pump M81121 - For Use with ACU400
-1; NASDPP904 Navionics SD Platinum Plus 904P+ US Northeast and Canyons
-1; NM2KSTR Maretron NMEA 2000 Starter Kit SEE BREAKOUT BELOW
-1; NM1801 NMEA 2000 Power-Tee CF-SPWR05-CF
-1; NM1704 NMEA 2000 Backbone/Drop Cable 6 Meter CM-CG1-CF-06.0
-2; NM5301 NMEA 2000 Micro T-Connector CM-CF-CF
-2; NM5501 NMEA 2000 Male Terminator TR-CM
-1; NM1702 NMEA 2000 Backbone/Drop Cable 1 Meter CM-CG1-CF-01.0
-1; RAXA06046 Raymarine SeatalkNG to NMEA2000 Male Adapter Cbl A06046
-1; RAXA62362 Raymarine RayNet to RayNet Cbl, 10 Meter (D) A62362
-3; NM5301 NMEA 2000 Micro T-Connector CM-CF-CF
-3; NM1704 NMEA 2000 Backbone/Drop Cable 6 Meter CM-CG1-CF-06.0
-1; RAXM81105 Raymarine Rotary Rudder Ref. M81105
-1; RAXA80007 Raymarine HS5 Raynet Network Switch A80007
-1; RAE70476 Raymarine AIS700 Class B AIS with Splitter E70476
-1; RAT70412 Raymarine Magnum Radar 12KW w/ 4' Open Array T70412
-1; RAE70258 Raymarine CP570 Pro CHIRP Sonar Module E70258
-1; 2kw Transduder a80039
-1; RAE7048300LNC Raymarine AXIOM PRO 16 S w/ LNC E70483-00-LNC

-1; RAT70161 Raymarine EV400 Sail Pilot No Pump T70161 Consisting of: P70S, EV1, ACU400 & CBL Kit
-1; RAXT70318 Raymarine RV-212 RealVision 3D Bronze TH Pair 12° T70318

Please advise, as my dealer just seemed hesitant and unsure.
Thanks!!
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02-25-19, 10:18 AM
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RE: [CA11] Ultimate sonar fish finder package.
Fish On,

As indicated within the FAQ found here, it is considered to be a best practice that the NMEA 2000 backbone be constructed from SeaTalkng / NMEA 2000 networking components of a single manufacturer. Spur adapters may then be used to adapt products to be mated as spurs to the backbone.

Will you be seeking to create your system's NMEA 2000 backbone from SeaTalkng networking components or from Maretron NMEA 2000 networking components? Note that the purchase of the autopilot already has provide your with an investment in SeaTalkng networking components.
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03-15-19, 12:46 PM (This post was last modified: 03-15-19 01:37 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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RE: [CA11] Ultimate sonar fish finder package.
So what else will I need with this package 2 b nmea 2000 compliant. Also, want all to network and talk 2 each other.
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03-18-19, 04:56 PM (This post was last modified: 03-18-19 04:57 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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RE: [CA11] Ultimate sonar fish finder package.
Fish On,

The following devices having an Ethernet communications interface will need to be installed onboard:
-1; A80007 HS5 RayNet Network Switch - 5 ports
-1; E70483-00-NAG AXIOM PRO 16 S w/NAG - Axiom Pro 16" MFD with CHIRP Sonar and Navionics NAV+ North America Chart
-1; E70483-00-LNC AXIOM PRO 16 S w/LNC - Axiom Pro 16" MFD with CHIRP Sonar and Lighthouse US Coastal Vector Chart
-1; E70511 RVX1000 High-Performance 3D CHIRP Sonar Module
-1; E70258 CP570 Professional CHIRP Sonar
-1; RAT70412 Raymarine Magnum Radar 12KW w/ 4' Open Array w/15m Digital Radar Cable T70412

Each MFD, the CP570, and the RVX1000 will be mated to the above listed HS5 RayNet Network Switch via an appropriate length of RayNet (F) to RayNet (F) Cable. The Digital Radar Cable will also be connected to the HS5 RayNet Network Switch. Should the communications leg of the Digital Radar Cable need to be extended, one may do so by using an

The above listed RVX1000 and CP570 will be installed in a dry, ventilated location which is away from sources of heat (i.e. don't install in an engine room. The following transducers will be installed onboard:
-1; RAXT70318 Raymarine RV-212 RealVision 3D Bronze TH Pair 12° T70318
-1; A80039 R109LH 2kW Depth Temp Urethane Through Hull CHIRP Low-High Transducer

The above listed RV-212 transducer pair will be interfaced to the RealVision Transducer socket of the RVX1000. RealVision Transducers Extension Cables are available in 3m, 5m, and 8m lengths (A80475, A80476, and A80477 respectively). The The R109LH will be interfaced to the transducer socket of the CP570. CHIRP Transducers Extension Cables are available in 3m, 5m, and 10m lengths (A102148, A102150, and A80327 respectively).

If not connecting the Raymarine products to an existing NMEA 2000 backbone, then a powered and properly terminated SeaTalkng / NMEA 2000 backbone will be constructed from SeaTalkng Networking Components. The following devices have a SeaTalkng / NMEA 2000 communications port and will each be interfaced to a spur socket within the backbone:
- AXIOM PRO 16 S #1; An A06046 SeaTalkng (F) to DeviceNet (F) Adapter Cable will be used to mate MFD to a spur socket within the backbone. Alternatively, an A06082 SeaTalkng (M) to DeviceNet (F) Adapter will be used to adapt a SeaTalkng Spur Cable to be mated to the MFD's NMEA 2000 DeviceNet (M) socket.
- AXIOM PRO 16 S #2; An A06046 SeaTalkng (F) to DeviceNet (F) Adapter Cable will be used to mate MFD to a spur socket within the backbone. Alternatively, an A06082 SeaTalkng (M) to DeviceNet (F) Adapter will be used to adapt a SeaTalkng Spur Cable to be mated to the MFD's NMEA 2000 DeviceNet (M) socket.
- ACU400 (included within -1; RAT70161 Raymarine EV400 Sail Pilot No Pump T70161 Consisting of: P70S, EV1, ACU400 & CBL Kit); ACU400 provided with its own 1m Spur Cable. This cable must be used with the ACU400
- p70S (included within -1; RAT70161 Raymarine EV400 Sail Pilot No Pump T70161 Consisting of: P70S, EV1, ACU400 & CBL Kit)
- EV-1 CCU (included within -1; RAT70161 Raymarine EV400 Sail Pilot No Pump T70161 Consisting of: P70S, EV1, ACU400 & CBL Kit)
- SeaTalkng Power Cable (included within -1; RAT70161 Raymarine EV400 Sail Pilot No Pump T70161 Consisting of: P70S, EV1, ACU400 & CBL Kit); The SeaTalkng Power Cable will be connected to a dedicated switched 12VDC power circuit.
-1; RAE70476 Raymarine AIS700 Class B AIS
-1; E70310 RS150 GPS Receiver & A06072 6m SeaTalkng white spur cable; Pole mount available if needed (part #A80370)

Accordingly, the backbone will be constructed to include at least 8 spur sockets, permitting each of the above listed devices to be connected to the backbone via a backbone via a SeaTalkng Spur Cable which is no longer than 6m. Of the items listed above having a SeaTalkng / NMEA 2000 communications interface, at the MFDs and p70 will be located within close proximity to one another making a SeaTalkng 5-Way Connector the right choice for interfacing these components to the backbone. As with many installations, it may be necessary to install the remaining devices having a SeaTalkng / NMEA 2000 communications interface onboard in order to determine which additional SeTalkng networking components and cable lengths are most appropriate for the installation. Both MFDs will be interfaced to the backbone to permit either MFD to function as the system's Data Master MFD. The following backbone components are included within the Evolution Cable Pack (included items shown below):

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The following autopilot hydraulic pump will be installed within the vessel's hydraulic steering system and will be interfaced to the ACU400:
-1; RAXM81121 Raymarine Type 2 Hydraulic 12v Pump M81121

The following chart card may additionally be inserted into one of the microSD card slots of either MFD:
-1; NASDPP904 Navionics SD Platinum Plus 904P+ US Northeast and Canyons

The following Class B AIS Antenna Splitter has been identified:
Splitter E70476


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