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e120 and dsm300
05-05-16, 08:38 AM
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e120 and dsm300
Chuck , what would I need to run a dsm300 on a stand alone e120? Thanks , Jim
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05-05-16, 10:16 AM
Post: #2
RE: e120 and dsm300
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum Jim,

Unlike the MFD designs which followed the E-Series Classic MFDs, these MFD did not feature an auto-sensing Ethernet port. Accordingly, the E-Series Classic MFDs were designed to be interfaced to a DSM30/300 via a pair of SeaTalkhs (M) to RJ45 (M) Cables which were joined with either an SeaTalkhs Crossover Coupler or SeaTalkhs Network Switch. The DSM30/300 would additionally need to be interfaced to a compatible 600W, 1kW, or 2kW fishfinder transducer.
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05-06-16, 01:32 PM
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RE: e120 and dsm300
Chuck , thanks for the info . Would it hurt anything to but dielectric grease on the wire connectors . Thanks , Jim
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05-06-16, 01:40 PM
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RE: e120 and dsm300
Jim,

While use of dielectric compounds (ex. Dow Corning DC4, etc.) are not typically used or required, they can provide an added degree of corrosion protection for power and communications plugs/sockets of marine electronics.
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