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Installing back bone
04-21-16, 11:56 AM
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Installing back bone
I have currently a C125 hooked into a DSM300 and a B60 20 degree transducer, also a CP100 hooked to a CPT-100 transducer, RD418HD, HS5 hooking them together ( I have one connector still open for the new MFD). The VHS is an ICOM hooked to the C125 to give the GPS location to the VHS. I will be putting a 2nd MFD E127 in also. I want to hook up the Suzuki 2006 250hp computer to feed the engine info to the MFD. The Suzuki dealer is telling me to put a Suzuki backbone in and hook the computer from the engine into that and then to the Raymarine system will it connect? If I use a Raymarine backbone I am worried about the Suzuki connectors from the engine will not connect to Raymarine backbone connectors.
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04-22-16, 09:44 AM (This post was last modified: 04-22-16 09:56 AM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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RE: Installing back bone
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum Goldog,

Raymarine offers spur to DeviceNet and Spur to bare cables to support use with third party cables. It is indeed recommended that both a powered and properly terminated Suzuki backbone and a powered and properly terminated SeaTalkng backbone be installed onboard the vessel. The Suzuki engine would be interfaced as a spur to the Suzuki engine backbone and the MFD would be interfaced as a spur to the SeaTalkng/NMEA 2000 backbone. A spur from each backbone would then be interfaced to a third party NMEA 2000 engine gateway (recommend contacting Suzuki) to pass engine data from the Suzuki backbone to the SeaTalkng/NMEA 2000 backbone. Please click here to view a FAQ additional information addressing this subject.
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