Originally Posted by dennisail
Also is there a standard for a NMEA 2000 plug?
Is there a standard for a NMEA 0183 plug?
If so what do they look like?
In the case of Raymarine, I dont think they use a standard plug.
The plug in the picture is made by Switchcraft/Conxall. I've searched their catalogue on previous occasions, and this plug is not listed, so I guess its unique to Raymarine.
I bought a cable just recently (from the seller of the cable in the picture).
He must have realised that Raymarine no longer supply them, as the price
has gone up up by 30% in the last 2 months.
Couple of things to check out.
The Raystar 125 has an internal button type battery
, lasts maybe 10 years. Have heard that if the battery
fails it can cause the antenna to have problems in acquiring a fix
see this thread from a UK site
And from CF
RayStar 120LP WAAS SeaTalk GPS
If you use the Evermore unit, I'm pretty sure you will need to connect to the NMEA port