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Old 12-13-2017, 11:00 AM
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Default Actisense Introduces two New NMEA2000 Small Boat NetWork kits



Part number A2K-SBN-1


Installing compact sized NMEA2000® networks is now quicker and easier with the introduction of the Small Boat Network from Actisense. This "backbone in a box" is the equivalent of four T-pieces, two terminators and a power tap, all molded into a single, compact case. This innovative design provides a significant cost, time and space savings compared to traditional NMEA2000® starter kits.

Cables are easily connected/disconnected after mounting thanks to the ambidextrous, molded-in screw locations and the built-in standoff. Once the integral 3 meter power cord is connected to the vessel's power supply, an NMEA2000® network for up to four devices is ready to use, truly taking ‘plug & play’ to the next level. The Small Boat Network can even be expanded, as long as all NMEA2000® installation requirements are properly observed.




Part number A2K-RSK-1

Actisense has also created a new RIB Starter Kit as another flexible solution to NMEA2000® networking. This compact network system is perfect for the tight confines of a small center console. Included in the box is the popular, space saving 4-way T-piece, a complete set of termination resistors and a 3 meter micro cable to provide power. The Rib Starter Kit removes the need for multiple T connectors to be ganged together, saving cost and installation time as well as precious mounting space. Removable terminating resistors means that the network is completely expandable if required.


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Hey Gil, on that first one, the all in one, how would one go about expanding it if the terminators are built in? Would you just plug in, say, a four port piece from Garmin or something to one of the ports on the Actisense and then plug more cables into that? If there's an open port does the network still work?
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This piece is what I mean. Plug one end of this piece into a port on the Actisense? And the internal terminators would still act as the completed circuit?
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Yo9u can do that yes...
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Originally Posted by semperfifishing View Post


Part number A2K-SBN-1


Installing compact sized NMEA2000® networks is now quicker and easier with the introduction of the Small Boat Network from Actisense. This "backbone in a box" is the equivalent of four T-pieces, two terminators and a power tap, all molded into a single, compact case. This innovative design provides a significant cost, time and space savings compared to traditional NMEA2000® starter kits.

Cables are easily connected/disconnected after mounting thanks to the ambidextrous, molded-in screw locations and the built-in standoff. Once the integral 3 meter power cord is connected to the vessel's power supply, an NMEA2000® network for up to four devices is ready to use, truly taking ‘plug & play’ to the next level. The Small Boat Network can even be expanded, as long as all NMEA2000® installation requirements are properly observed.




Part number A2K-RSK-1

Actisense has also created a new RIB Starter Kit as another flexible solution to NMEA2000® networking. This compact network system is perfect for the tight confines of a small center console. Included in the box is the popular, space saving 4-way T-piece, a complete set of termination resistors and a 3 meter micro cable to provide power. The Rib Starter Kit removes the need for multiple T connectors to be ganged together, saving cost and installation time as well as precious mounting space. Removable terminating resistors means that the network is completely expandable if required.


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Nice tight small package perfect for my small space CC

What’s the price $$ on that’s Gill?
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Part number A2K-SBN-1 ..$75.

Part number A2K-RSK-1 ....$99.

We have both in stock
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