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Cheers from Keith.
uses three wires, connected in parallel to all devices on the bus:
1. *+12V*** Supply, red
2. *GND*** Supply, grey
3. *Data**** Serial
Unlike the Seatalk2 and Seatalk
protocols, Seatalk communications
protocol does not*feature termination. Any Seatalk instruments and instruments or autopilot
components featuring a 1st generation Seatalk interface which does not have a Seatalk ng interface (ex. ST40/60+ Instrument Displays, ST6001, etc.) can be interfaced to one another, in any order, using standard Seatalk cable. Seatalk cables
can be joined using a Seatalk Junction Block, splices, marine
grade terminal strips, or R55006 Seatalk Auxiliary Junction Boxes. This method of interfacing is referred to as a Seatalk bus. The Seatalk bus will typically be powered via a Seatalk Auxiliary Junction Box or via a Seatalk power cable which has been connected to one of the Seatalk devices.