It’s so easy to connect with the future of nautical navigation: Just plug into the Garmin Marine Network™.
You don’t need high-tech expertise. Or advanced programming skills. Fact is, if you can plug in a cable connector, you can build a ship-wide Garmin network – or expand the one you’ve started. The Ethernet-fast (100-megabit) Garmin data system is anchored by compatible GPSMAP® chartplotters with built-in network links. These multifunction displays (MFDs) automatically detect any and all peripherals once they’re connected. And the same network cabling is used for both unit-to-unit and unit-to-network connections. So it’s easy to connect any combination of sensors and displays.
These high-speed, high-resolution multifunction displays (MFDs) offer expanded access to onboard sensors with NMEA 2000 compatibility – as well as full Garmin Marine Network™ connectivity. Thus, it’s easy to select and control a whole array of remote sensors and data inputs from any compatible device on your boat.
8 Pin Transducer to 12 Pin sounder adpater cable, MFG# 010-12122-10, for use with XID transducers...
Connect a compatible bare wire transducer to a Garmin 12-pin sounder connector with this wire block ..
Adapter box that enables Garmin 6-pin transducers to be used with Garmin blue 8-pin equipment. Can..
Our starter kit has everything you need to build a basic NMEA 2000 network on your boat. The kit i..
Extend the cable length of your compatible transducer with this 10 ft (3 m) or 30 ft (9 m) ..