Lowrance® Ethernet Cable
- Connect multiple sonar/GPS displays
- Share waypoints and routes between displays
- Synchronize display settings
An ethernet connection is a great way to streamline a marine-electronics system. Ethernet synchronizes multiple sonar/GPS units the unit in the bow will always have the same information as the unit at the helm, including waypoints, routes, alarm settings and data logs. Not for engine data. Use NMEA 2000® network and engine-interface cables, sold separately.
Length: 15 ft., 25 ft.
Fits: Broadband Sounder-1, GlobalMap 5200C, GlobalMap 5300 iGPS, GlobalMap 7200C, GlobalMap 7300C HD, GlobalMap 8200C, GlobalMap 8300C HD, GlobalMap 9200C, GlobalMap 9300C HD, LCX-112C, LCX-113 HD, LCX-27C, LCX-28C HD, LCX-37C, LCX-38C HD, LMS-520C,
LMS-522C iGPS, LMS-525C DF, LMS-527C DF iGPS, Navico Expansion Port-1.