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Old 16-05-2016, 15:21   #1
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SeaTalk HS Switch

I have an A78 MFD without wifi. I am looking at a switch on Ebay that is obsolete but I think will work. The 8 port switch. I want to add the switch and run my radar thru that, but the A78 has a special Ethernet connection. Does anyone know the pinout of that connector. I am wanting to cut that cable from the A78 and put an RJ45 connector on it into the switch then put a RJ45 onto the Radar cable into the switch.
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Re: SeaTalk HS Switch

raymarine makes lots of adapter cables for raynet to STHS etc.

RayNet Adaptor Cables | Raymarine

why do you need the switch? just plug radar into plotter or do you have a lot more stuff?
if you bought A80247 cable you could plug the RJ45 radar into your screen.
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