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Old 03-01-2015, 07:31 PM
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I would like to get info such as speed and depth on my new fusion stereo displays. I have the Raymarine Classic E-Series. They are networked with SeatalkHS (ethernet switch), some devices are also connected by Seatalk2. Whats the easiest way to get info displaying on the fusion?

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Do you have an Fusion NRX-200 on the boat anywhere?
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Do you have an Fusion NRX-200 on the boat anywhere?
Yes I have 2 fusion NRX200i's
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Ok then you can show NMEA Data on them. You will need a Seattle to NMEA cable. We have them in stock. You will also have to make sure you have the latest firmware update not he Raymarine systems as well. Email me if you would like me to assist you with the cable.

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