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Old 25-08-2012, 22:06   #1
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Can You ID This ?

Its made by Airmar with a Furuno three pin plug on it......and I think it has something to do with temperature? Why it is so large is anybodys guess.
Could it possibly be differential to nmea convertor? Has ELEC-NAV J-box T80 on the plug end of cable. No other markings....
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Old 25-08-2012, 22:27   #2
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Old 25-08-2012, 22:39   #3
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re: Can You ID This ?

rs 232 to nmea 7 pin furuno is my guess. The 7 pin furuno has 12 volt ground and two NMEA in and out. I could be off on that but thats my best guess. I was just futsing with one of those furuno cables the other day.
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Obviously is smart, and high precision...

clearly a junction box. google search for "ELEC-NAV J-box" shows a few different autopilot junction boxes matching the description. Should probably call airmar.
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For something so "smart" it is being rather coy. If it doesn't do something soon I'll have its cable & bin the rest!
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I don't know what the box is but Airmar make a "Furuno" high precision "smart" temp sensor that comes with furuno connections to go to the likes of an RD30.
Measures 2 places after the decimal.
If that was what it was you should have a probe in the hull somewhere tho.

I got one but it doesn't have any box like that as part of it.

*Edit* - Isn't this that same box here - answer = its an Interface box
http://www.bootsteileshop.de/media/docs/t42.pdf
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Great detective work 2una! I guess knowing 100ths of a degree is important to someone.
In the bin it goes.
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Yep, tools of the trade for pelagic fishing- alot of us also use F instead of C, 180deg differance between freezing & boiling point as opposed to 100 using Celcius,just makes the readings finer again....sometimes it matters other times it don't.
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